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Teiid 9.1.2 Released

Happy New Years to everyone. The next fix release on the 9.1.x line is now available. It addresses 21 issues:
  • [TEIID-4551] - Improve exception handling in Admin methods
  • [TEIID-4663] - Support a more secure block mode for client/server encryption
  • [TEIID-4553] - COUNT returns inconsistent results when column statistics are not gathered
  • [TEIID-4566] - Ordered limit against preserved view fails
  • [TEIID-4573] - Modeshape query
  • [TEIID-4580] - ST_PointOnSurface returns point on the boundary of the polygon
  • [TEIID-4584] - SimpleDB doesn' work
  • [TEIID-4589] - Teiid throws NPE if multi-value insert is issued on global temporary table
  • [TEIID-4595] - Wrong pushdown of several spatial functions to Oracle
  • [TEIID-4598] - NPE when analytic Source function for Greenplum doesn't get pushdown
  • [TEIID-4605] - SqlServer translator - insert/update statements - timestamp is cast to datetime
  • [TEIID-4608] - Insert statement - multi-value insert into view - incorrect type resolution if first tuple contains NULL
  • [TEIID-4631] - IN clause causes an error when used within a function in SELECT clause
  • [TEIID-4637] - join of aliased views with partitioned unions not handled correctly.
  • [TEIID-4648] - MySQL unsigned type detection is incorrect
  • [TEIID-4649] - SybaseIQ translator: different order of arguments in CONVERT function
  • [TEIID-4650] - SybaseIQ translator: week function can't be pushed directly
  • [TEIID-4651] - SybaseIQ translator: different order of arguments in LOCATE function
  • [TEIID-4661] - Subsequent queries hang after materialized view TTL expires.
  • [TEIID-4668] - Google translator skips NULL value in INSERT
  • [TEIID-4673] - Translator import of google spreadsheet not updatable

If needed a 9.0.6 will be made available prior to the release of 9.2 Final.  9.2 Beta1 will be available tomorrow.

Thanks,
Steve

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