Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The speed of BATCH updates was improved by at least 25-30%.
Release Notes: This release fixes a dozen bugs. The most important involves zip compression of protocol and client-side cursors with BLOBs. New examples have been added in some ADKs. Valentina for Revolution is now 2 separate modules.
Release Notes: Valentina Server and Valentina for Revolution are now supported on Intel Macs. Valentina for Revolution now supports the REVDB API. A new indexing algorithm was implemented for numeric types. It is about 100 times faster and has more compact indexes. A new packet-based protocol was added for VServer. New methods for working with links between tables are available. All examples for all SDKs were tested in both local and client-server mode.
Release Notes: This release adds missing help files for Windows. For MacOS, it fixes a few glitches in the Create Field dialog and rare failures to open db files, and supports MacOS 10.3 (Panther).
Release Notes: This release adds over 60 improvements and enhancements, including new short-cuts, tool tips, special character support, previewing of pictures stored in Valentina 1.x and 2.x databases, and greater control over compression in BLOBs.
Release Notes: A new join algorithm was implemented, which works hundreds of times faster on big tables. The C++ SDK and Valentina Studio now use the Mac OS X Universal format. Sixty new VB.NET examples were added. A new TestProject was added in the V4MD, V4RB, and VNET products. New SQL commands were added, like "SHOW TABLES". A new warning log was added.
Release Notes: Valentina Studio is now in Binary Universal format (for Mac Intel). Valentina C++ SDK is now in Binary Universal format. Valentina for Director adds a new function that significantly reduces the learning curve. Valentina for REALbasic now has a Mach-O version.
Release Notes: Valentina C++ for xCode (MacOS) was introduced. A set of Windows products was also introduced: Valentina for .NET, Valentina for COM, and Valentina C++. 20-30% overall performance improvements were made to the engine.