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Default Looking for a SQL Query Builder for ASP.Net/Oracle

We are having a project where we have to give the client a dynamic query builder.I have seen few in which i have found ActiveX base "Active Query Builder" a litttle better from www.activequerybuilder.com.

I want to ask in the forum about its quality of work if any one have used it earlier.
Secondly i also want to know if some one have some one else in his/her mind.

I need to have these features in that componant

1) We have to hide all tables,procedures in the selection pane.Just selected view will be given to user to make queries.
2) Want to use it in ASP.Net application with Oracle 8i.

I will be looking for immidiate answer
Thanks
Rashid Masud
Software Engineer
www.esolpk.com



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