Release Notes: Includes a fix for WITH RETURN cursors plus some other minor fixes and updates. Also, the CREATE INDEX statement is no longer switched off.
Release Notes: A pure Python DB-API 2.0 compliant module is now available for the ThinkSQL RDBMS.
Release Notes: This is the first official non-beta release.
Release Notes: This release included server fixes for ordered queries and fixes for the dbExpress driver.
Release Notes: This version features binary and character large object support (BLOBs and CLOBs). Multiple catalogs can be opened per server. There is improved server security, and faster expression evaluation. An Alter Table Add/Drop constraint was added. There is also an enhanced schema/user maintenance, extra JDBC metadata methods, more information_schema views, more efficient network buffering, cached sequences, fixes for repeat calls to prepared statements, a fix for dbExpress error messages, parser improvements and optimiser fixes, and improved resilience and speed for concurrent client updates.
Release Notes: This release includes COALESCE and NULLIF shorthands for case expressions, EXECUTE privilege for procedures and functions, and REVOKE. The dbExpress driver now auto-binds columns to greatly reduce network traffic. A problem with large updates to full pages that lead to phantom or missing rows was fixed, along with a rare problem optimizing equijoins for some tables, dbExpress query refresh, and date/timestamp parameter bugs. Problems with re-executing prepared statements were fixed, and '' is no longer stored as null.
Release Notes: Online catalog backup is available (with file defragmentation). There are extra system indexes for improved metadata access are in place. Sequence definitions are allowed in CREATE SCHEMA statements. There are minor driver fixes.
Release Notes: This release enhances and fixes cursor resource re-use. There is a fix for multiple DML statements in a loop, and a fix for table-level constraints.
Release Notes: Sequences are now available for safely generating unique numbers.
Release Notes: Server cursors can now be declared, opened, iterated through, and can return results sets via ODBC, dbExpress, and JDBC drivers. There are fixes for key column updates and dbExpress null column references.