Release Notes: A new editor for internal CTL (Clover Transformation Language) with syntax highlighting, context assist, and on-the-fly syntax checking. A new, reworked visual transformation/mapping editor. The look and feel has been changed with new set of icons. Overall, more than 100 changes/feature requests were implemented.
Release Notes: This release adds support for several new CloverETL components (MSSQL/DB2/Informix bulk loaders, etc.) and many usability improvements.
Release Notes: This release brings compatibility with the previously released CloverETL engine 2.1. It also contains a new log4j viewer that allows displaying of graph runtime information. There is automatic graph validation when improperly configured components in graph are visually marked.
Release Notes: This version brings compatibility with CloverETL engine 2.x and contains a graph import wizard to convert "old-style" transformations (1.x) to version 2.x. Many new transformation components are now supported, such as XLS Data Reader/Writer, LDAP Reader/Writer, native MySql Writer, and Oracle Writer.
Release Notes: A new SQL query editor was added. Debugging data flows at Edge level is now possible. Graph visual properties can be customized. Many small improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release is compatible with Eclipse 3.1. It adds an option to disable components (including a pass-through option), and improves the filter expression dialog/wizard. Edges can now be reconnected from one component to other.
Release Notes: Graph metadata can now be defined directly at edges/connectors, and can be also propagated across the graph. Data can now be previewed directly for input and output components (in text, hex, and grid modes).
Release Notes: This release adds a visual mappings editor (which allows drag-and-drop creation of transformations) and fixes for several visual glitches. Visual components now carry information about which phase they belong to.
Release Notes: This release adds support for graph parameters, lookup tables, and sequences. Transformation graphs can now be executed directly from the GUI environment.