Release Notes: This beta incorporates new stored procedures for MySQL to improve its performance. A number of defects with the general framework caused by the removal of the BL layer code were fixed. The test suites now run successfully again. Because MySQL has limited date range support, some of the CFDbTest 2.0 tests do fail for MySQL, though the code for them is correct.
Release Notes: Beta 8 replaces the Business Logic layers with embedding of custom code through the addition of Java* tags in the business application models. This is a major restructuring of the code produced by MSS Code Factory, and it may take a fair bit of time to switch from the old BL approach to the new approach.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the creation and updating of table class hierarchies. Deletion of object hierarchies has not been implemented yet. All of the databases have been tested for the new functionality via CFDbTest 2.0.
Release Notes: This release corrects a defect in the RAM delete implementation, implements the RAM table ID generators, and corrects the use of table ID generators for all of the supported databases when dealing with client-side table insertions for tables that include BLOBs (or TEXT in the case of SQL Server) in their hierarchy of attributes.
Release Notes: This release provides SQL Server 2012 Express Advanced Edition support. It should work for other editions of SQL Server 2012 as well. Note that MSS Code Factory now restricts doubles and floats to the ranges defined by SQL Server instead of those defined by Java. Portability is key.
Release Notes: Beta 4 adds tuned support for Sybase ASE 15.7. This release also corrects the leak of dynamic SQL Statements and ResultSets for all of the supported databases.
Release Notes: This beta adds tuned support for Oracle 11gR2 incorporating stored procedures, but not prepared statements Prepared statements do not support the output variable binding that is required to pass back result set cursors with Oracle.
Release Notes: This release provides performance tuning for DB/2 LUW 10.1 in the same fashion as had been done for PostgreSQL in Beta 1. A preview of the equivalent PL/SQL stored procedures for Oracle is also provided, though they are completely untested and likely have syntax errors.
Release Notes: The PostgreSQL 9.1 implementation has been updated to make use of stored procedures, prepared SQL statements, and every other performance-tuning trick known by the author. Subsequent betas will be released as additional databases are brought to the same level of integration as this release for PostgreSQL. MySQL 5.5 support is as complete as it will ever be, and basic DB/2 LUW 10.1 support is also provided.
Release Notes: This release provides working DB/2 LUW 10.1 support. It is working well except for an exception on one test. Basic support for Oracle, SQL Server, and Sybase ASE will be provided in the future. Stored procedures were tuned.