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From Staale Deraas - Sun Norway <Staale.Der...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] Apache Derby released
Date Thu, 06 Jul 2006 07:16:38 GMT

Hi Andrew,

It looks like the list of jira's fixed in 10.1.3 is far to short in the 
release notes. Or did I miss something? I sort of expected all fixed 
jira's to be mentioned. I was particulary interested in DERBY-1103, 
again ;-)


Andrew McIntyre wrote:
> The Apache Derby project is pleased to announce the release of Derby
>, a maintenance release of Derby 10.1. Apache Derby is a
> subproject of the Apache DB project.
> Derby is a pure Java, standards-based relational database engine.
> Derby aims to be an easy to use solution for data management for
> software developers with zero administration for end users.
> Derby can be downloaded at:
> http://db.apache.org/derby/releases/release-
> What's new in
>    * Critical fixes for network client when used with a transaction
> manager (XA)
>    * A critical data integrity fix when running with IBM J2RE 1.5.0 SR2.
>    * fixes for network client when used with a transaction manager (XA)
>    * Improved Network Server stability and reliability
>    * Improved memory usage for the Network Client
>    * Improved query performance for UNION queries and subqueries
>    * Better handling of text encoding on systems with non-ASCII native 
> encoding
>    * More reliable behavior of scrollable insensitive result sets
>    * Updated documentation
>    * A new distribution that includes line number information,
> lib-debug, has been added to assist in filing and tracking down Derby
> issues
>    * Many important fixes to correct issues with data integrity,
> correct memory leaks and address other product defects
> A complete list of fixes is available on the download page.

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