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Teiid 8.11.5 Released

Teiid 8.11 development has concluded with the release of 8.11.5, which is available from maven and the downloads page.  Important issues addressed in this release include:
  • [TEIID-3564] - float field gets converted to scientific notation when query is submitted to source
  • [TEIID-3707] - Wrong Data returned when a procedure is executed in the SELECT clause
  • [TEIID-3720] - DDLString Visitor not writing the OPTIONS value for Procedure parameters
  • [TEIID-3726] - CTEs combined with constant values yield an error message
  • [TEIID-3739] - Dynamic VDB that imports another VDB does not get redeployed if the imported VDB is redeployed
  • [TEIID-3756] - Order By clause specified in STRING_AGG function is skipped when pushed down to PostgreSQL
  • [TEIID-3777] - ORDER BY DESC is ignored in STRING_AGG function when DISTINCT is also specified
  • [TEIID-3705] - Build issue in security

From here we will start providing 8.12.x releases - starting with 8.12.1 in about a week.  If all goes well in approximately 2 weeks we'll provide an 8.13 Alpha with the initial Wildfly integration.

Thanks,
Steve

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