Teiid 11.2.1 Released

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Teiid 11.2.1 is now available for download.

Teiid 11.2.1 addresses 23 issues:

  • [TEIID-5531] - Implicit indexing of common tables doesn't consider composite keys
  • [TEIID-5533] - Improve odbc index metadata query performance
  • [TEIID-5534] - Smaller initial memory buffer allocations
  • [TEIID-5540] - Better exception message with invalid local url
  • [TEIID-5515] - Teiid metrics needs to be exposed through JMX
  • [TEIID-5524] - Expose JMX metrics in Thorntail
  • [TEIID-5546] - Namespace resolution on vdb level
  • [TEIID-5518] - xmlschema-core dependency missing from ws connector
  • [TEIID-5525] - add a flag to revert to the prior behavior (TEIID-4557)
  • [TEIID-5529] - Non-pushed subquery may have evaluatable predicates not pushed
  • [TEIID-5532] - Common table projection minimization does not account for usage in a subquery nested in an aggregate or in some view scenarios
  • [TEIID-5541] - Incorrect parsing of xml with XmlTable
  • [TEIID-5544] - Comments in source model lead to vdb with erroneous annotation (Term attribute is missing)
  • [TEIID-5547] - Issues with REST produces property
  • [TEIID-5549] - vdb-maven-plugin - FileNotFoundException when target directory doesn't exist
  • [TEIID-5550] - DISTINCT pushed down incorrectly in some cases
  • [TEIID-5551] - Inconsistency with document projection
  • [TEIID-5554] - Inappropriate sizing of the fixed memory buffer when only the max reserve is set
  • [TEIID-5559] - odata4 NPE when accessing VDB including FK relationship across models
  • [TEIID-5536] - Create separate repository for Thorntail modules
  • [TEIID-5520] - Setting longRanks to true fails to resolve views appropriately
  • [TEIID-5537] - Move Thorntail examples to use new modules
  • [TEIID-5548] - Document the module name changes

Many of these issues are related to Teiid Thorntail. We moved that related code under our repository, so that we can better manage updates - rather than waiting on the Thorntail quarterly releases.

11.1.2 will be available next week.

Thank you, Steve

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