Release Notes: The internal transformation language has been improved. All reader and writer components support the same set of parameters (dataPolicy, skipFirstLine, skipRows, numRecords, etc.). Several new transformation components have been added.
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.