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Teiid 8.10 Alpha1

We've made steady progress on 8.10 and Alpha1 is now available from the downloads and maven.  Feature highlights include:
  • TEIID-3192 Salesforce Connectivity - connectivity was converted to the partner api provided by Salesforce rather than utilizing CXF. Please log an issue if you were utilizing features from the CXF config.
  • TEIID-3046 Recursive Common Table Expression - engine and push down support was added.
  • TEIID-3163 TEIID-3167 Text Table Enhancements - to support a general no trim option and to use a different row delimiter.
We expect progress with Olingo, but it appears that their final won't be available until March.  Due to that and other needs we will likely produce an 8.11 as well.

There will be several new sources coming in the 8.10 release including SybaseIQ and PrestoDB.  HBase is likely and there should be a couple more if time permits.

Thanks in advance for the community effort as we work toward the 8.10 release and be sure to let us know if there are issues needing attention.

Steve

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