Release Notes: This release adds out-of-the-box support for connecting to SQL Server 2008, as well as a few minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release with a number of important fixes to improve stability in various parts of the application. There is also a new commandline tool for running DQguru transformations without having to run the full GUI application.
Release Notes: This release has a number of new features, including support for Address Correction on Canadian mailing addresses (address data available separately) and an improved SQL Query tool.
Release Notes: New features in this release include merge rule derivation by foreign key constraints, project importing and exporting to an XML file format, project duplication, a munge step previewer, and a Beanshell-based scripting environment. This release also includes a number of usability and performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release makes a couple of critical bugfixes to the previous release candidate. These include fixing errors when creating a repository in MySQL, and when creating a user-defined unique index on a table with no unique indexes.
Release Notes: New features in this release candidate include merge rule derivation by foreign key constraints, project importing and exporting to an XML file format, project duplication, a munge step previewer, and a Beanshell-based scripting environment. This release candidate also includes a number of usability and performance enhancements.
Release Notes: This release has a number of bugfixes and usability and performance enhancements, including munge pen PDF export, improved support for MySQL, faster match engine performance on Oracle 10g, several minor GUI enhancements, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds a user preference for auto-login into a repository and new munge steps, including data type conversion steps (eg. Date-to-String) and a CSV writer step. it is now possible to specify a set of columns to use as the unique index, even if the table doesn't have a primary key. Of particular importance to new users following the example in the documentation, the example table can now be created properly in the built-in database. Matching, merging, and cleansing projects are now fully functional in the built-in repository as well.
Release Notes: This release addresses a number of obstacles that prevented new users from getting started using the MatchMaker. Users who downloaded the previous release and had trouble getting started are urged to try again with this release. This version includes a built-in repository, so you can get started right away. There are also a number of other bugfixes included in this release.