Release Notes: This release accumulates about a year of stability patches and a couple of new features mostly for production users. Compliance to API specifications has been improved, and additional support for embedded databases has been added.
Release Notes: This release fixes a compatibility problem between Appia and Hedera that was introduced by the previous release. The 2.10.8 release was delivered with an incorrect appia.jar (3.2.3).
Release Notes: This stable release includes better memory handling and elimination of major out-of-memory errors. The virtual database restart ordering has been fixed and it is no longer possible to clear logs accidentally. This release is certified against JDK 1.6. Additional fixes are provided for a number of virtual database race conditions, especially the problem where a checkpoint hangs waiting for n open transactions.
Release Notes: This release includes a bugfix critical for MySQL users that need to handle autoincrement in tables that have a quoted name, especially for backup/restore operations.
Release Notes: This release offers support for network detection partition and basic reconciliation as well as improved recovery log tolerance to connection timeouts or transient DB connectivity errors. Schema fetching speed has been greatly improved. Additional abort commands have been added to the console, and HSQLDB has been upgraded.
Release Notes: This new release fixes major bugs in the driver load balancing and failover policies that could have lead to failure in failover process or load imbalance. Controller side fixes include mainly auto-generated key retrieval, which now works as expected.
Release Notes: This release includes a long list of feature improvements and bugfixes. A new embedded recovery log has been implemented for a transactional log without configuration. New demos are based on these new features. Other usability improvements and performance enhancements are also part of this release.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of bugfixes, mainly for single controller or single database configurations. A new script-based backuper is also available to customize the backup/restore mechanism at will. The group communication and demos have been upgraded.
Release Notes: This version features a major code clean-up and internal redesign to support views, triggers, and stored procedures with custom semantic information. Macro handling has also been redesigned. The administration console features new powerful commands, and the configuration files have been simplified. The status of this release is still beta, and the configuration file format may still be subject to changes.
Release Notes: This maintenance release includes group communication library updates. There are also some bugfixes and improvements such as dump/restore support for MySQL 4.1.2 to 4.1.9.