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Teiid 10.1.2 Released

Teiid 10.1.2 has been released. It resolves 13 issues:
  • [TEIID-5176] - Postgresql ODBC driver converts {fn CONCAT()} calls to a "textcat()" function
  • [TEIID-5268] - Anonymous bind login doesn't work for ldap connector
  • [TEIID-5269] - Odata4 metadata roundtrip is not in place
  • [TEIID-5271] - Joining more than one table/view to results of table function causes error
  • [TEIID-5274] - Odata4 translator can't handle conditions on columns which use conversions
  • [TEIID-5275] - OData4 translator doesn't handle IS NOT NULL condition properly
  • [TEIID-5276] - ClassCastException with OData4 translator when using COUNT function without GROUP BY clause
  • [TEIID-5277] - OData4 translator doesn't correctly translate LOCATE function to INDEXOF
  • [TEIID-5278] - Wrong indexing with SUBSTRING function and OData4 translator
  • [TEIID-5279] - OData4 translator incorrecly translates modulo function
  • [TEIID-5280] - OData4 translator: disappearing negation when using 'in' predicate
  • [TEIID-5281] - Issue with concatenating null strings with OData translator
  • [TEIID-5283] - Recursive WITH query results in "java.lang.ClassCastException: org.teiid.query.sql.lang.Query cannot be cast to org.teiid.query.sql.lang.SetQuery"
For those who have logged issues against 10.2, please review the fixes before the final release next weak.



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