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Teiid Designer Progressing

We've made substantial progress toward a full release of Teiid Designer 6.0.0. Taking a half million lines of Java code into open source has been a daunting task and we're almost there. To hold you over until 6.0.0 is ready, we released a second SNAPSHOT for download . This SNAPSHOT provides full functionality of Designer's Preview Data feature as well as delivering native JDBC driver templates to assist in quickly getting you set up to import your source schema for model creation. All you'll need to provide are the driver jar's themselves. Note the following features are not fully functional due to Extension metamodel problems incurred as a result of our EMF upgrade from version 2.1 to 2.4. Extension model creation and editing Web Service as Relational Source Model importer XML Schema as Relational Source Model importer Salesforce as Relational Source Model importer So install this latest pre-release version and try out Designer's data virtualization mo

Teiid Update..

Today Teiid Designer team released a snapshot relase of upcoming 6.0.0 release kit . This version of Designer works with the Teiid 6.0.0 release. We were able to release the Teiid embedded runtime ahead of the time, however this snapshot release is significant as this provides much needed tooling support for the Teiid 6.0.0. If you are using Teiid pre-6.0.0, you would need to download both Designer and Embedded kits. Apart from fixing many issues, the release introduces the support for native vendor driver support for Oracle, DB2, SQL Server. Teiid previously already supported MySQL, Derby, PostGres along with Data Direct specific JDBC drivers and various XML and Text sources. We will be adding more supported drivers in future releases, however, if you are looking for support for a specific data source and one is not available, please let us know. In this release, you would be able to import metadata, and preview data and build a connector in one easy step. Thanks and kudos for n