Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A new check point journaling system for crash recovery, and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made, including a fix for a problem with backing up large binary objects, a constraint check during commits, and a problem with aliasing a column in a SELECT to the same name as the column.
Release Notes: Sequences, stored procedures, triggers, and a revised IO layer are among the important new features in the 1.0 release.
Release Notes: This release adds VIEW support, improved I/O with the Java 1.4 NIO API, an overhaul of the type system, locale string collation, a user management and object privilege system, and support for referential actions.
Release Notes: A new query planner/optimizer, a new API for programmatically configuring and managing databases, support for correlated sub-queries, JavaDoc enhancements, Java 1.4 (JDBC 3.0) support, and source code architectural changes.
Release Notes: This version contains a number of important new features, including a file index layout which is more scalable and performs better. It also includes support for immediate and deferred referential integrity constraints, statement caching, and SQL-92 date/time literals.
Release Notes: Sub-query support, system schema modifications, security features, user contributions, and performance enhancements improved. Bugfixes added.
Release Notes: This release includes full support for serializable transactions, a COMPACT TABLE statement, JDBC improvements including much improved meta-data support, object capabilities (storing and retrieving serializable Java objects), remote object instantiation, triggers, and many other smaller features, as well as numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes regular expression enhancements, support for triggers, BLOB/BINARY type added, speed and usability improvements, database testing tools included, and the usual bugfixes.