Release Notes: This release brings mostly bugfixes and small improvements to the internal transformation language.
Release Notes: This release fixes several discovered bugs, particularly in Clover Data Reader/Writer components. Phase edges now correctly clean up temporary files they create during processing. New Wiki-style documentation pages have been launched.
Release Notes: This release brings updates to the architecture of transformation components. It allows checking of graph configuration before run-time. Support for JMX was added, which allows the gathering of system-level statistics about run time (a component's CPU usage and various averages). These statistics can be displayed by any JMX client. Seven new transformation components have been added.
Release Notes: This release mainly repairs reported/discovered bugs from the 2.0.3 version.
Release Notes: Minor enhancements in the component factory API and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release brings mostly bugfixes to previous 2.0.0/1 releases, with minor functionality enhancements.
Release Notes: This release is mostly maintenance for the previous 2.0.0 version. However it brings eight new transformation components: XML Reader/Writer, LDAP Reader/Writer, CloverData Reader/Write, and Oracle+MySQL bulk loader.
Release Notes: This release is a milestone in CloverETL development history. It brings a new plug-in architecture, an internal transformation language, and an upgrade to Java 1.5 features. Several new transformation components have been added.
Release Notes: The Singleton pattern has been removed from TransformationGraph, which now supports running multiple transformations in paraller on a single running JVM. Two new universal DataReader/DataWriter components have been added that support a mixture of delimited and fixed-length fields in text data. A new Transformation language interpreter is available for assembling data transformations.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs which have been reported lately. Specifically, it fixes problems with graph/component hang-ups.