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Teiid 10.3.1 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of Teiid 10.3.1 (A regression with TEIID-5314 caused an immediate patch release).  See all 48 issues addressed.  The feature highlight are:
  • TEIID-5293 Added implicit partition wise joining in non-multisource scenarios as well.
  • TEIID-5308 Added ENV_VAR and SYS_PROP functions and clarified the usage of the ENV function.
  • TEIID-4745 Added a polling query to trigger the reload of materialized views.
  • TEIID-5317 Added ODBC 3.0 functions current_time, current_date, current_timestamp.
  • TEIID-5314 Environment variables can now be used instead of or to override system properties.
  • TEIID-5307 Added more information_schema tables for pg compatibility.
  • TEIID-4864 Added update support to the Excel translator.
Special thanks to the many community members who contributed to this release - in particular Andreas Krück, Divyesh Vallabh, Mathieu Rampant, Mike Higgins, Pedro Inácio, Yuming Zhu, Michael Echevarria, and Bram Gadeyne.

We should also extend a warm welcome to Rafal Korytkowski to the Teiid Team. Rafal has begun by finishing off the work on the Exosal translator and will help with efforts related to cloud and OpenShift support.

Other Important Stuff:
  • The new website is (mostly) live! See There are no under construction animated GIFs, but you can expect a few issues as we get the new Hugo/Netlify/Travis build worked out. Notice that we're effectively combining tooling and backend under a single site.  The content is being updated to be more relevant for cloud and OpenShift deployments. A lot of work is happening in creating a self-service data virtualization OpenShift based solution. If you have any interest in becoming involved, or would like to see more around the image build/configuration please let us know.
  • Teiid 10.2.2 and 10.1.4 will be available in the next couple of days. That will effectively end support for the 10.1.x release stream.
Thank you,
The Teiid Team


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