AQT v11 was released on the 14th August 2022.
AQT can save the state of your AQT session. This will be reestablished the next time you start AQT.
This is a powerful feature of AQT and we have added a number of new features.
There is now a dialog for adding a parameter to your query.
When your query has parameters, the parameters will be shown in a panel on the Data Display window. This makes it very easy to rerun the query with new parameter values.
A parameter dropdown query can depend on the value of an earlier parameter. This allows you to build more powerful dialogs for prompting for parameter values.
This features allows you to export all tables in a schema in a single operation.
AQT will now maintain a history of exports. This is useful to keep track of all your export files.
AQT will now make it easy to setup, run and manage your batch jobs.
As an alternative to the Activation system, AQT will allow selected customers to use a License Server
You can export to a grid. This is useful when running a query in a batch process - either overnight or because it is a long-running query. The results will go to a display grid, just as if you had run the query from interactive AQT.
The grid can be opened in AQT from the Export History or Batch History windows.
The Merge statement is a powerful statement for updating / inserting / deleting rows in a table based on the contents of another table. AQT v11 has a dialog for helping build a Merge statement.
AQT now has a dialog for opening a CSV file. This is useful if you regularly deal with CSV files.
You can now specify that Data Compare automatically runs the resync script.