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Teiid 8.2 Beta1 Released

8.2 Beta1 has been posted to the downloads: http://www.jboss.org/teiid/downloads

Teiid 8.2 has added numerous fixes since the last alpha and the additional feature of a RETURN statement to the procedure language. Also the newly added OBJECT translator is still being refined and is not yet ready for use.

Be sure to take a test drive and log any issues found. We should have the next beta available within two weeks before locking things down more for CR and Final releases.

Our transition of main line development from SVN to Git is now complete- https://github.com/teiid/teiid. Let us know if you have any issues getting started with Git as we'll be looking to improve our wiki and process related documentation.

Thanks,
Steve

Also Red Hat Integration week is imminent. If you have not registered, register and join us for many sessions around Red Hat supported middleware integration - many of which involve Teiid!

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