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Teiid 8.11 Beta3 Posted

Teiid 8.11 Beta3 is now available from the downloads and maven.  

The main feature highlight since Beta2 is a community contribution from Tom Arnold to add support for the REGEXP_REPLACE function - a more powerful version of the REPLACE function that supports regular expressions.

There were a lot of late changes, thus the decision to release another beta rather than progress to CR1.  It is expected that we'll produce a CR1 by June 10th - with the final to follow at least a week later.

Also we're looking at starting on Teiid 9.0 soon.  If you have any major features you'd like to see, please start a forum topic of log/vote for a JIRA issue.  Another parallel effort could be to produce a Wildfly enabled 8.x release -please let us know if there is any interest in that.

For 8.11 we've addressed 90+ issues so far - with your help we'll close out quite a few more before the final release.

Thanks again for all of the community efforts.

Steve

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  1. I, for one, would be very pleased to see a WF8 compatible release.

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