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Teiid 10.0.0 CR2 Released

Now that WildFly 11 Final is available, we have released Teiid 10.0.0.CR2.  A recap of all feature highlights:
  • TEIID-4981 Amazon S3 translator support, now read the objects directly from Amazon S3 with security
  • TEIID-5026 The behavior of the FROM_UNIXTIME function was corrected and the related datetime functions UNIX_TIMESTAMP, TO_MILLIS, and FROM_MILLIS were added.
  • TEIID-1131 Added support for importing sequence information.
  • TEIID-5073 Added a salesforce-41 translator/resource adapter pair, which defaults to accessing the v40 salesforce API.
  • TEIID-4208 Added parallelism to plan execution involving large sorts.
  • TEIID-5002 Upgraded to WildFly 11
  • TEIID-4711 Generalized IS DISTINCT support.
Additionally there were recent changes to refine Osi Pi integration, improve with clause performance, and add more import options. 

Given that this has been longer than our usual time box release, there have been a total of 162 issues addressed so far.  Please ensure that your issues have been addressed as expected before the final release.

In the works:
  • Spring Boot integration is should be considered beta level.  See the current state.  There will be additional documentation and development around supporting Teiid 11, but it is expected to have a somewhat independent life cycle to meet community needs.
  • Expect a 10.0.0.Final in a week to 10 days.
Thanks,
Steve

Comments

  1. I am amazed at the speed you guys are evolving this marvel named Teiid... so many thanks...

    Btw I can barely keep track of the changes, and I'm still stuck on a 9.0.2... I wonder which would be a good upgrade plan for update my server: would it be better to update to some 9.3x or directly to some 10.x?

    Is there any info out there about how to upgrade to stable versions from prior ones?

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  2. > would it be better to update to some 9.3x or directly to some 10.x?

    It would be a good idea to start with 9.3.x latest as that would still use the same WildFly version.

    > Is there any info out there about how to upgrade to stable versions from prior ones?

    It isn't quite finalized, but there will be a general migration guide page from 9.x to 10.x - https://teiid.gitbooks.io/documents/content/admin/Migration_Guide_From_Teiid_9.x.html

    All issues that seem to cause cause compatibility or configuration issues will be captured in the release notes. For example for 9.3.x:

    https://github.com/teiid/teiid/blob/9.3.x/teiid-feature-pack/wildfly-integration-feature-pack/src/main/resources/content/docs/teiid/teiid-releasenotes.html

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