OLEDBMetadataProvider

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  • You have to add reference to ActiveDatabaseSoftware.OLEDBMetadataProvider2.dll assembly.

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    Steve Smith

    Hey, that did it! Thanks! Now I can't find a reference to UniversalSyntaxProvider. Suggestions?

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  • The UniversalSyntaxProvider was renamed to GenericSyntaxProvider in the second version. All syntax providers are included in the ActiveDatabaseSoftware.ActiveQueryBuilder2.dll assembly. Note that we do not recommend to use this syntax as it's limited in ability to parse amd edit database server specific clauses, such as TOP, LIMIT, etc. It was made for the Free version of the component. I recommend you to use a special syntax provider if it exist for your database server (MSSQLSyntaxProvider for MS SQL Server, etc.) If the component don't have a syntax provider for your database server, try to use ANSI SQL standard syntax providers (SQL92SyntaxProvider, SQL2003SyntaxProvider). If you let the end-user to decide to what database server he/she will be connected to, use the AutoSyntaxProvider which detects the database server being used by sending a serie of server-specific clauses.

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    Sergey Smagin (Product manager)

    You have to add reference to ActiveDatabaseSoftware.OLEDBMetadataProvider2.dll assembly.

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