Release Notes: This release adds performance improvements, enhanced memory management capabilities, and several new distributed functions. It adds physical compression as well as support for user-defined functions.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for certain outer join syntaxes, sub select syntax, and performing a COUNT() function after dropping a column on a table.
Release Notes: This version is delivered as "Final", and is suitable for production use. If you have previously downloaded Alpha or Beta versions, upgrading now is recommended. There is support for subqueries, support for the Windows OS, enhanced UTF-8 support, and several other performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release candidate includes a few bugfixes for concurrent read and write, a fix for the CHAR_LENGTH function, and a fix regarding same session INSERT.
Release Notes: The first of two Release Candidates is available. There will be one more Release Candidate version prior to the "Final" version of 1.5. Minor bugfixes are included in this release.
Release Notes: This is the last of the "beta" releases before the first "release candidate". It includes a number of bugfixes including fixes for the CAST, CONVERT, EXTRACT, CHAR, and CHAR_LENGTH functions and a fix for the DROP TABLE command.
Release Notes: The 1.1.X stream moved from Alpha to Beta with this release. Two enhancements were added: support for semi-hashjoin (subquery) -- Part II and support for nested subselects in the SELECT clause. There were also numerous bugfixes. Next up is moving to Release Candidate phase, when the version number will be changed to 1.5 to reflect the amount of new functionality added.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release and fixes an error in which a column's tuple information could not be found on a query with two joins to the same table with aliases and comparison between the aliased table. It also fixes a problem in which the MySQL connection was lost on "select count(distinct a, b)".
Release Notes: Highlights of this release include additional subquery syntax support, the ability to update a column with another column's value or a value derived from other columns, support for CASE, CHAR, CHAR_LENTH, CONVERT, EXTRACT, FLOOR, NOW, REGEXP, RIGHT, SPACE, TO_DAYS, and &, and support for N as null in cpimport.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for controller node, which should log an alarm when read-only, a memory leak on hash join, similar queries returning different results, concurrent tests using large resources sometimes causing ExeMgr to abort, certain mixed outer join queries not supported, 8 concurrent UM hashjoin test causing ExeMgr to exit, the DBRMWorkerNode process dying during deletion of all rows, no error being returned when an expression resulted in data overflow, connections dropped silently in the concurrent test script, and cpimport setting the High Water Mark for dictionary store files prematurely.