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Teiid 8.3 Beta1 Available

The march toward 8.3 continues with Beta1 now available in our downloads.  Over the last alpha this beta features:
  • TEIID-2182 Events - Capture the VDB loading and unloading events now from registering a listener on EventDistributor
  • TEIID-2241 CLI script for Standalone - Install Teiid into any AS7 standalone configuration using the provided CLI script.
  • TEIID-2152 Basic MERGE support - support for a simplistic MERGE statement was added. See the Reference for more.
  • TEIID-1757 OData Translator - A translator for OData based sources has been added.
TEIID-1854 and OData support in general is progressing nicely - there will be more on this later in the release.  There has also been lots of important fixes so this should be a good pre-release to take for a test drive and provide early feedback.

The 8.3 development cycle will be extended slightly beyond the normal quarterly window due to the slowdown over the holidays and to accommodate getting a few more features complete.  The release is currently expected by mid-March.



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