Release Notes: Memory use of the Value Distribution Profile was improved. It now does on-disk caching with the Berkeley db when necessary. The app is now a single JAR file that can be served through Java WebStart. The app automatically downloads regexes from the RegexSwap. A bug in matching number columns in dictionaries was fixed. A bug with invalid characters in XML formats was fixed. Suffix case is now ignored so that both .CSV and .csv files can be opened. The number of columns shown in the preview window is automatically restricted if there are too many to show on the screen.
Release Notes: An additional HTML export format has been added to the built-in export formats (usable when exporting Profiler results in the desktop app and when executing the runjob command-line tool). The export format can be chosen directly from the desktop app. Four new measures were added to the String Analysis profile: average characters and maximum/minimum/average white spaces.
Release Notes: The license was changed to LGPL. The profiler and validator can be executed using multiple threads. DataCleaner tasks can be executed from the command line for batch operation. More elaborate status information is given during profiler and validator execution. Date mask matcher and regex matcher profiles were added. A regex is loaded from the online RegexSwap repository. Popular database drivers are automatically downloaded and installed. More file types are supported, such as .dat and .txt. XML file support was improved. Memory improvements were made in the Time analysis profile. Logging when running profiling and validation was improved. An information schema is provided for file-based datastores. Columns in the datastore-tree are lazy-loaded.