Release Notes: This release fixes simple index handling of tail index pages.
Release Notes: Writing of large memo/OLE fields was fixed. Apparently Access does not like value fields longer than 4076 bytes. The maximum row size was reduced to what Access considers valid.
Release Notes: This release resolves some edge cases around date handling. It changes writing of large memo/ole fields to make them access friendlier. It generates better security access entries for new tables.
Release Notes: Support for writing large table definitions was added. Handling of usage maps for large tables was fixed. Some edge cases for reading numeric columns were fixed.
Release Notes: Handling of skipped rows has been fixed. When reading multi-page table def, the buffer is flipped before parsing. Table names are treated as case insensitive; stored table names are used when instantiating tables. Databases and tables are iterable. Uppercase names are used when adding text columns to indexes, which fixes a long standing problem with table names starting with lowercase characters (and other situations where tables could not be opened in Access). A hack that forced every table name to have an uppercase first character has been removed. Reading multi-page long binary values has been implemented.
Release Notes: A bug where writing null values into fixed width columns was failing was fixed.
Release Notes: A bug in reading the index count from table definitions was fixed. Overflow rows are now skipped.