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OpenAccess SDK 8.1 (September 2016)

Highlights

This new release is focused on security and performance for ever-growing data sets, as well as enhancing the experience of the ADO.NET provider. Key highlights of this release include: 

OpenAccess SDK SQL Engine and IP SDK

  • Support for RIGHT OUTER JOIN operations
  • Improved support for nested join queries
  • Improved performance with indexed disk cache for nested query results
  • Improved calculation of precision of the scalar function result, based on precision of
    input arguments
  • Support for configurable behavior to enforce an integrity constraint check when null
    values are specified in non-nullable result columns with the IP_INFO_VALIDATE_NULL_CONSTRAINT ipGetinfo option

OpenAccess SDK Server

  • Support for service configurable option, ServiceNetworkBufferSize, to specify network
    protocol buffer size
  • Support for service configurable option, ServiceSSLVersions, to specify the version of
    cryptoprotocol to be used for encryption, when SSL is enabled
  • Upgrade of OpenSSL library to 1.0.2h

OpenAccess SDK Client for JDBC

  • Support for JDBC 4.0 specification
  • Support for the CryptoProtocolVersion connection option that specifies the version of the
    SSL standard used for encryption, whenever SSL is enabled

OpenAccess SDK Client for ODBC

  • Distribution of the sample Tableau TDC file with the OpenAccess ODBC client as a
    standard component
  • Support for the CryptoProtocolVersion connection option that specifies the version of the
    SSL standard that is used for encryption, whenever SSL is enabled
  • Upgrade of OpenSSL library to 1.0.2h

OpenAccess SDK Client for ADO.NET

  • Support for 64-bit row fetch
  • Support for public/global IP address for client identification
  • Support for the CryptoProtocolVersion connection option that specifies the version of the
    SSL standard that is used for encryption, whenever SSL is enabled
  • Inclusion of branding tool as part of installation
  • Support for Visual Studio 2013 and 2015
  • Dropped support for Visual Studio 2008 and 2010
  • Support for .NET Framework 4.5 and .NET Framework 4.6
  • Dropped support for .NET Framework 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0
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