Release Notes: Precise cluster allocation, dynamic load balancing in graphs and cluster, big data support via Hadoop hdfs and Hive, Data Profiler integration on the server, and usability improvements in Designer.
Release Notes: Introduction of the new Excel SpreadsheetDataReader/Writer components (commercial only). ComplexDataReader supports regular expressions for data decisions (selector) commercial only. MS Access/Generic ODBC has been improved. Designer updates: graph element locking; metadata grouping in outline; and view data improvements.
Release Notes: This release fixes WebserviceClient namespace support.
Release Notes: A major engine overhaul introducing dynamic edge buffers: any buffer on an edge or in a component now grows dynamically in selected initial and limit size.
Release Notes: Customization options for OEM partners. Minor XMLWriter tweaks. The file URLs form has been changed to be Java compliant. A bug in the XMLExtract mapping editor has been fixed: it preserves the mapping of items mapped by ../ notation. Mac OS X crashes in the ComplexDataReader GUI have been fixed.
Release Notes: CTL2: lists and maps of records are now possible. XMLExtract now distinguishes between null and empty strings. Aggregate: avg() and sum() aggregate functions now perform integer overflow check. DataIntersection correctly reports unsorted input now. UniversalDataReader and Writer now support the "Quote character" attribute for specifying. There are additional fixes.
Release Notes: The error ports of UniversalDataReader and LDAP Reader can also have byte/cbyte fields instead of just strings. XMLExtract failing on opening input files in multiple phases has been fixed. Recursive parameter definition is now properly detected and warned in the log. CTL2 "for" cycle consuming memory has been fixed in CTL2 interpreted mode. byte and cbyte types in CTL2 are now fully compatible. ByteBufferUtils.encodeLength(ByteBuffer, int) has been fixed for 5-byte lengths.
Release Notes: The CloverETL Community edition was introduced, which is free and full-featured. The new transformation language, CTL2, was added. Dictionary support was added in the Designer. Examples are bundled with easy setup. Metadata can be extracted from DBF files. HTTP authentication is supported in the HTTPConnector component. Edge drawing for complex graphs was improved. Flat file reading/writing is now CSV compliant. The default locale can be specified globally for the environment. FTP wildcards are now supported.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release.
Release Notes: This release fixes incorrect resolution of special characters in transforms specified by URL. It fixes a server thread recycling bug.