Bug fixing update for proper processing of enum type with "is in list" operator
This update includes all fixes and modifications necessary to support .NET Core 3.0, ASP.NET Core 3.0 and Entity Framework 3.0 released recently.
Version 5.2 of EasyQuery merges the code base used in ASP.NET Core edition with all other editions: WinForms, WPF, ASP.NET MVC.
Bug fixing release.
A bug fixing update of version 5.1.0.
Bug fixing update for 3.x branch of EasyQuery library. Few minor changes in the core library and Data Model Editor.
A minor update of EasyQuery 5.x branch. Better integration with authentication library in ASP.NET Core. Internationalization support in the client-side code. Fixed bugs.
The greatest update ever! EasyQuery became simpler, more functional and incredibly expansible.
Fixed bug with processing some special date/time values (like Previous Month or This Year). Generating queries with parameters became even simplier.
Bug-fixing release. A possibility to use || in FullTextSearch extension method.
.NET 2.1 support. FilterBar widget was totally rewritten. New options in EqEntity and EqEntityAttr attributes.
Full-text search extension method. OData query builder. A lot of other small improvements.
Synchronizing the functionality with .NET Core branch of EasyQuery. Server-side components are completely stateless now. You will need to [change some parts of your code](https://korzh.com/easyquery/docs/release-notes/version-3.10.0) when upgrading from the previous versions.
EasyQuery.JS library update. Different chart providers. Small improvements and bug fixes
This article describes how to save some additional information (e.g. first/last name of the user) in identity claims and how to access that information in the views.
New product in EasyQuery family: EasyQuery.JS. This a set of JQuery widgets which allows you to provide your end-user with a simple and friendly UI for advanced search and data filtering.
We've fixed the processing of the collection navigation properties, added a new Angular sample project and an example of defining a custom value editor project as well as several other enhancements and bug fixes.
This version of EasyQuery has some new features and fixed bugs, listed below. Among the most critical updates - users now allowed to define an additional list of tables for each operator, and they will be included into result SQL. This feature is actual for all EasyQuery experiences: ASP, Silverlight, WIN, WPF. To read more information just click on the title.
New features are available in EasyQuery 3.7.2. Most of them are actual for EasyQuery ASP edition. But there are also those, acceptable for all ASP, Silverlight, WIN and WPF, as Oracle Managed Data Access connector support in Data Model Editor. Also, we've fixed some bugs, such as wrong behavior in Value Editor Settings dialog. Click on the title to read the full list of updates.
This package of updates allows you to set different options for entities and entity attributes right in your context definition. New features are actual for all versions: ASP.NET, Silverlight, WIN, WPF.
This version of EasyQuery provides new functions, such as separate queries for different users, support for complex types in DataModel.LoadFromType() method. We've improved meta-data extraction in OracleGate and fixed DateTimePicker widget in WebForms projects. Click on the title to see the full list of updates.
In this version you can find a lot of new functions: ProcessInheritance option for a LoadFromContext method in DataModel class, possibility to define join condition as SQL expression in Data Model Editor, a new ColumnsChanging event in Query, etc. We've fixed operators with additional operands and did some other updates.
New functions make your work with EasyQuery more productive. There is new FilterExpressionBuilder class, new DbGate class for PostgreSQL, new sample project EQMvc4DemoEF, for asp version only. We also fixed wrong processing of CaseInsensative option for operators with "List" kind of values.
We only added support for jQuery 1.9 and jQuery UI 1.10 in asp version, but we also did a lot of fixes. For example, there is no any longer problem with GROUP BY section generation for virtual attributes. Click on the title to see full list of changes.
With this updates, users now have an ability to specify a default operator for each attribute in a model, and use new default operators: "is true", "is not true". Besides, we've done some work with bugs and small fixes, all of it a user can find, simply by clicking on the title.