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Teiid 8.5 Beta1 Posted

Teiid 8.5 Beta1 for EAP 6.1.Alpha is now available in our downloads.  Feature highlights since Alpha1 include:
  • TEIID-2571 Broader Must Pushdown - must pushdown functions tied to a particular model that supports selects without from can now be called without at any time.
  • TEIID-2572 Function native-query - source functions for most translators now support the native-query extension metadata property to specify alternative syntax.
  • TEIID-2067 Global temporary tables - may now be declared that are backed by Teiid session specific instance tables. See the Reference for more.
  • TEIID-2443 Simple aggregate rollup - added support for a single ROLLUP grouping element to produce multiple levels of aggregation. See the Reference for more. 
We're still on track for the September release so any remaining feature work will be narrow in scope - and any early feedback will help ensure a quality release.  On that note thanks to community member Marco Ardito ODBC access has also been improved with a number of clients and pg driver versions.
 
Steve

Unfortunately there is regression with the Salesforce access in this Beta that has already been addressed on master.  If you are held up by this prior to the next Beta release just let us know and we'll provide a patch.



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