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Teiid 8.2 CR1 Posted And More

We're closing in on our next release with Teiid 8.2 CR1 now available for deployment on AS7 7.1.1-Final. New features include: 
  • TEIID-2269 Vault Support - The transport's keystore and truststore passwords are now supported through vault based passwords.
  • TEIID-1064 Google Spreadsheet Support - there is now support for querying Google Spreadsheets via Teiid. See the Reference and Admin Guides for more.
  • TEIID-1241 WSDL backed WS Translator - a web services data source can be configured to access a single server and point based upon a specific WSDL.
In total we have addressed over 100 issues (which is now common for a point release). Please ensure that all of your issues have been addressed satisfactorily as we likely release a CR2 before proceeding to final.  

The new Google spreadsheet support, which was an excellent contribution from Red Hatter's Filip Nguyen and Filip Elias, will hopefully be broadened into other Google services over time.

We're also looking at numerous doc clean-ups especially to our examples and quick starts.  You can also assist with the docs via comments or since document editing moderation is turned on, you can submit changes directly.

And finally if you're using Designer or new to Teiid in general, community member Gioppo Luca has been working on tutorials using the latest Teiid Designer release version 7.8 with Teiid 8.1.

Steve

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