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1. Supports BDE, TOQBEngineBDE, TOQBrowserBDE and MySQL. Supports Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects ( ADODB ).
2. Supports Microsoft ODBC driver (only for MySQL)
3. Supports Open Source IDB.
4. Supports Open Source DataBase from Firebird, Interbase, mSQL and many others.
5. Supports Open Source ODBC driver (only for MySQL).
6. Supports Oracle, Sybase, or Interbase ODBC driver.
7. Supports ODBC drivers for all popular platforms (Microsoft, Sun, Linux and Mac).
8. Supports PostgreSQL.
9. Supports JDBC-driver for MySQL.
10. Supports QBuilder-TMS (query builder for TMS) and QBuilder-DB2 (query builder for DB2) via ODBC.
11. Supports SQL Server (TMS) and Access (ADO) via OLE DB.
12. Supports Teradata and Comma-separated tables (see examples).
13. Supports ODBC3+ compliant drivers (see examples).
14. Supports BDE and Indigo (only for MySQL)
15. Supports DDL queries and CUBESET.
16. Has a full text search engine (MySQL Full Text Index) and SqlCharts (SQL Chart Generator).
17. Supports Visual Query Builder (OQBuilder)
18. Supports JSON for easy query languages parsing.
19. Supports RESTful queries via JSON and RDFa.
20. Supports XML queries via JSON and XQuery.
21. Supports Windows and Linux ODBC drivers (see examples).
22. Supports MSSQL-Server local databases and iSeries HSQLDB server.
23. Supports XML-import from Apache Solr and Lucene, the open-source search engine and indexing framework.
24. Supports embedded JavaScript, JSON and regular expressions.
25. Supports SQL-Script.
26. Support Query Insertion of XML (QIoX)
27. Supports SQL-Script
28. Supports Query Parsing via JSON.
29. Supports SQL-Script with a JSON-array syntax.
30. Supports SQL-Script with a JSON-object syntax.
31. Supports Modular Query Generator (Mogrify).
32. Supports MySQL Full Text Index engine with MySQL 5.6.
33. Supports MSSQL Full Text Index
34. Supports MSS

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An Open QBuilder editor is a single form with a QBuilder component, some kind of SQL Link component, drop down lists and edit boxes for the fields and buttons (OK and Cancel) for execution.
(Note: There are many reasons to use TOQBuilder as:
– The QBuilder component is much easier to develop than the QTD-QQuery builder component
– The QBuilder dialog comes with built-in grid, fonts, edit boxes etc. where the QTD-QQuery dialog comes with its own set of fonts and controls and you have to include them to your application
– The QBuilder dialog is based on TOQBuilder component so it’s much easier to develop and to do validation/editing of data in the dialogs
The Open QBuilder is a simple “visual query builder”. You can use OQBuilder in your Borland Delphi and Borland C++Builder applications to make easier SQL-code generation. OQBuilder allows you to easy work with local and server databases via BDE. InterBase-developers have an optional solution to work with InterBase databases via IBObjects or FreeIBComponents.
The Open QBuilder is the next generation of well-known QBuilder.
QBuilder was designed as a monolitic BDE-oriented component for visual query creating. Of course, QBuilder contained all source code and the Marathon (the SQL Tool for Interbase) was a good example of adopting QBuilder to BDE-independent tools.
Open QBuilder was designed as a non-visual VCL modal dialog component (TOQBuilder ) that will work in conjunction with a special non-visual data-access engine component (descendants of TOQBEngine class).TOQBuilder is data-access engine independent now. You can use a standard TOQBEngineBDE component to work with BDE-enabled data sources (via BDE and SQL Links).
Open QBuilder Description:
An Open QBuilder editor is a single form with a QBuilder component, some kind of SQL Link component, drop down lists and edit boxes for the fields and buttons (OK and Cancel) for execution.
If your data access is BDE, the source code of TOQBEngine component should be used for this purpose instead of just a free source code.
You can use a TOQBuilder component with a Generic BDE, IBObject and IBQueryLink components.
You can use TOQBEngineBDE component with a “QBuilder Dial

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OQBuilder is a simple data-access component that allows you to generate rich SQL code from logical queries. OQBuilder will create an SQL query for you from your Delphi or C++Builder forms. It’s useful for developers who need to create sql queries that perform very well in SQL server data sources.
* no code for the data-access. All SQL queries are generated from OQBuilder forms.
* powerful easy data-access. All data-access related properties of QBuilder source code are moved to OQBuilder forms.
* standalone. No data-access engine component is required to use OQBuilder.
* GUI components are interchangable. The base’s visual query building dialogs can be replaced with any of our own visual query building components.
* no Delphi. The source code of OQBuilder is written in pure Delphi. You don’t have to learn any Delphi syntax to use it.
* no VCL. OQBuilder is a standalone single-unit component. No application unit will be required to use it.
* no Indy. No need to worry about the TIdConnection Indy components.
* no IB. OQBuilder is a standalone single-unit component. No connection with IB components is required to use it.
The following sections describe the open Qbuilder dialog data-access engine and its components in detail:
– contents of the data-access engine component (TOQBuilder)
– TOQBEngine and TOQEngineBDE components (descendants of TOQBEngine class)
– database-related properties of TOQBEngine components
– source code of TOQBEngine and TOQBEngineBDE components
– TOQBBuilder source code
The TOQBEngineBDE component is the base engine. All TOQBuilder components inherit the properties of this TOQBEngineBDE component.
The TOQBEngineBDE component is a generic component that can be used with any data-access engine component, and thus only contains database-related properties.
You can find the TOQBEngineBDE component source code in the “OQBuilder/engine” folder.
The TOQBEngineBDE component contains properties for:
– Connection
– SqlConnection
– TableName
– TableComponentID
– TablePropertyID
– TableDriverID
– Query
– SqlQuery
– SqlCommand
– SqlTransact
You can find the source code of TOQB

What’s New in the Open QBuilder?

– Create visual query with few clicks. You can use simple (PO) components to generate SQL code directly to your code window.
– It is a non-visual modal dialog component (TOQBuilder component) that will work in conjunction with TOQBEngine component (an engine independent from TOQBEngineBDE).
– OQBuilder can be used to work with local and remote data sources (via a BDE-enabled TOQBEngineBDE component).
– OQBuilder contains all source code.
– Create queries as queries-component.
– You can use a web-browser if you need to work with HTML document.
– You can use different text/image fonts and colors to change appearance.
– You can change size, place and motion of components on design time.
– OQBuilder is 100% compatible with QBuilder, so you can use all source code of QBuilder.
– Provide Create/Edit/Delete functions for the queries.
Features of Open QBuilder:
– Create queries as queries-component.
– OQBuilder component is 100% compatible with QBuilder, it can use all source code of QBuilder.
– OQBuilder has a built-in web browser (if you want to create and edit/delete queries with HTML-coding)
– You can create queries as queries-component
– One can create a query as one standard component (either from the OQBuilder’s left/right dialog panels or from the queries form)
– Data sources can be local, remote and web-based (via a BDE-enabled TOQBEngine component)
– You can generate SQL code to your code window directly.
– The data sources (via a BDE-enabled TOQBEngine component) can also work without SQL Link connections. The TOQBEngine component works like a manager for all data sources; if you can’t connect to the server, the component works as a local data source.
– You can change appearance on the run time.
How to Work with OQBuilder
– Start Open QBuilder by double-click on your project icon;
– Dialog is displayed;
– From the left-menu click on “Create new queries” button;
– Then choose a name for the new queries tab.
– Left-menu main-panel shows you some default queries;
– You can choose one of them as a starting queries tab from the right menu.
– Right-panel is

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 7 or newer
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better
Memory: 4 GB
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics
Hard Drive: 20 GB available space
Additional Notes: Uses both mouse and keyboard controls
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