Release Notes: This release includes synchronization of SQLite databases, sending change data over S/FTP, synthetic keys, better geometric data type support, and audit tables. There are 8 new features, 13 improvements, and 27 bugfixes in total.
Release Notes: This release includes some performance tweaks for Oracle, the push/pull interval, and heartbeats on large multi-node systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes a staging issue that could cause out of memory errors and disk space issues.
Release Notes: This release fixes six bugs and adds four improvements. Clustering of the purge job was fixed, and performance improvements were made for data routing for a large number of nodes.
Release Notes: This release fixes 9 bugs and adds 2 improvements. Fixes include escaping data in dbexport, timestamp with timezone in conflict management, and working with database names containing a dash. Improvements include error handling and documentation around the scheduler.
Release Notes: This release contains a few bugfixes for multiple change data capture triggers on the same table and a fix for running data replication on Windows Azure.
Release Notes: This release contains minor bugfixes, including: handling of missing trigger routers, resolving schema on H2, column size changes on PostgreSQL, trigger removal, and supporting the latest Greenplum database. Some minor documentation updates were also made.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in DbFill automated testing, DDL syncing, routing, and Derby data capture. It adds support for LO data type on PostgreSQL and tables with names greater than 50 characters.
Release Notes: This release adds new features, including dynamic load filters, and improves the dbimport and dbexport utilities. A number of bugs were fixed, including deployment issues on Tomcat.
Release Notes: This release adds conflict detection and resolution for multi-master synchronization, and includes new features and improvements. Push/pull synchronization uses multiple threads for performance and control. Multi-server mode for running multiple nodes in the same instance is fully enabled by default. New utilities are included for administration and data import/export. Initial load automatically orders tables by constraints.