Feature highlights include:
- TEIID-2528 Encrypted Buffer Files - the buffer manager now supports an option to encrypt Teiid temp data files using 128-bit AES.
- TEIID-2249 Dependent Join Enhancements -
- TEIID-2559 greater control over full depdendent join pushdown has been added including make dep hint options max/join to control the extent of depdendent join pushdown.
- TEIID-2555 the join hint enables the pushdown the entire dependent join when supported by the source.
- TEIID-2558 JDBC translator support to dependent join pushdown for a broad set of sources including Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLServer, Sybase, etc. use the enableDependentJoins translator property.
- TEIID-2527 Configurable Runtime Multisource - the server will now allow multisource models to have sources added and removed at runtime. See the admin addSource and removeSource methods.
- 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.
- TEIID-2614 Anonymous procedure blocks - anonymous procedure blocks may be used as statements. See the Reference for more.
- TEIID-247 Expanded array support - adding parsing and JDBC and other support for arrays. See the Reference for more. Note that this support should be considered a tech preview and will be expanded/refined over subsequent releases.
- TEIID-2584 Materialization management - added a tech preview of management routines for external materialized views including scheduled refresh via extension metadata properties.
Lots of great community feedback went into this release from the forums and with issues from Mark Addleman and team, Red Hatter Graeme Gillies, long time user Luca Gioppo, and others including several new faces.
Housekeeping as of late includes an on going overhaul of the examples/quickstarts and we've created new JIRA projects to track:
Also if you haven't seen it yet, we've pulled together a single Security Guide from documentation that was spread among the other guides.
Thanks and Happy Teiiding,
Steve and Ramesh