Connect for ADO.NET Release Notes History

Only 100% managed code architecture for connectivity to Oracle, DB2, SQL Server, and Sybase. With the release of ADO.NET 4.2, our Oracle and DB2 Entity Framework data providers are now Entity Framework 6.0 compliant. This update bring new functionality including:

  • Current Release 4.2 (see below)

New Features in All 4.2 ADO.NET Data Providers

  • Visual Studio 2013 Certification
  • Lightswitch HTML5 Support
  • Windows 8.1 and Server 2012R2 support
  • Documentation updates
DB2 Data Provider
  • Entity Framework 6.0 Certification for DB2 iSeries. The DB2 Entity Framework data provider delivers support for:
    • Code-Based Configuration.
    • Code First Mapping to Insert/Update/Delete Stored Procedures.
    • Connection Resiliency.
Oracle Data Provider
  • Support for Oracle Advanced Security
  • Support for Oracle Wallet
  • Entity Framework 6.0 Certification for Oracle. The Oracle Entity Framework data provider delivers support for:
    • Code-Based Configuration.
    • Code First Mapping to Insert/Update/Delete Stored Procedures.
    • Configurable Migrations History Table.
    • Connection Resiliency.
Sybase Data Provider
  • Support for Canonical functions in the Sybase Entity Framework data provider.

Release 4.4.4

Progress® Rollbase® Version 4.4.4 Release Notes

The following sections describe issues fixed, known issues and enhancements with this release.

  • For information on new features and changes in behavior, see here.
  • For information on supported platforms, see here.
  • For Third party acknowledgments see here.

Fixed Issues

Defect ID Case ID Description
64521 00364717 Selector Pages Remember Detailed Searches from Previously Used Selector Pages
64519
64520
00383166 Installing XML into Tenant Results in: Error: no new id for nnnnnnn (n = ID Number)
64400 00383595 System Generated Emails Change in User Token Functionality
64399 00371162
00379828
Growler message "Cannot find pageable list with id XXXXX" on the UI
64304 00383693 Emails Not Queuing based on a status change or other field update
61539 00379448 Path based vulnerability with the white labeling features.

Enhancement

Enterprise Security: Rollbase password hashing mechanism has been enhanced to SHA-512 and all user credential hashing will now be using SHA-512 which will provide more secured communication. We have also added a configuration option to manage user field encryption to choose between AES-128 / AES-256. This configuration now enables System Admin to manage the user field encryption type at system level to enhance encryption mechanism for the information stored in those user defined fields like text, phone, email and contents of file upload field. For more details, please see here.



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