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.
Release Notes: The component2component communication object (Edge) was reimplemented, which brings a significant performance gain. A new datatype, Decimal, was added to allow crunching of arbitrary precision numbers. Creation of data transformations is now easier with the new transformation code pre-processor. Many of the reported bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds better support for lookup tables, framework-wide defaults configured through the properties file, and a component factory configured through the XML parameter file. Many reported bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for numeric sequences. A new data type (LONG) has been added. Other additions include enhanced support for run time parameters, a simplified lookup tables interface, and several small improvements and extensions. many reported bugs have been fixed. This version is compatible with the new Clover GUI, which is to be released soon.
Release Notes: DataPartition and DataIntersection data processing components were added. The interface for lookup tables was reworked and polished. Several under-the-hood changes were made, which should improve stability. A new package of examples was also released.
Release Notes: This is a release with minor functionality enhancements mainly in metadata manipulation area. Also a few bugfixes and performance improvements have been included.
Release Notes: This release introduces two new components, DBFDataReader which allows reading of dBase-style data files, and ExtFilter which allows filtering data using complex expressions (AND, OR, NOT operators; parenthesis). There has been quite significant code refactoring performed. An interpreter package was introduced, which now supports filtering conditions, but it should become a full-featured transformation language interpreter in the future. A new examples package illustrating the added features was also included.
Release Notes: The main change is a shift from the GPL to the LGPL. Among new features, dynamic compiling of transformation code embedded with the graph definition file is the most important. Several minor tweaks have been performed. Several reported bugs have been fixed.