Apache Derby 10.14.1.0 Release
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Release Notes for Apache Derby 10.14.1.0
These notes describe the difference between Apache Derby release 10.14.1.0 and the preceding release 10.13.1.1.
The most up to date information about Derby releases can be found on the Derby download page.
Apache Derby is a pure Java relational database engine using standard SQL and JDBC as its APIs. More information about Derby can be found on the Apache web site. Derby functionality includes:
- Embedded engine with JDBC drivers
- Network Server
- Network client JDBC drivers
- Command line tools: ij (SQL scripting), dblook (schema dump) and sysinfo (system info)
Support for Java SE 8 is being sunsetted and will not be supported by the next (10.15) release family. The 10.14 release family supports the following Java and JDBC versions:
- Java SE 8 and higher with JDBC 4.2.
- Java SE 8 compact profile 2.
This is a feature release. The following new features were added:
- ALTER TABLE cycling - The ALTER TABLE command can now change the cycling behavior of auto-increment columns. See the section on this statement in the Derby Reference Manual.
The following issues are addressed by Derby release 10.14.1.0. These issues are not addressed in the preceding 10.13.1.1 release.
|DERBY-6962||Forbid ALTER TABLE ... SET CYCLE on identity columns in pre-10.11 databases|
|DERBY-6961||SET CYCLE fails to let an identity column cycle if the range is already exhausted|
|DERBY-6959||Require the Standard SET keyword in the syntax for changing the cycle behavior of identity columns|
|DERBY-6956||Create table as Select cannot copy Decimal columns|
|DERBY-6936||Documentation for changes made as part of DERBY-6904|
|DERBY-6935||Test Coverage for added features.|
|DERBY-6918||Problem with schema name starting with number followed by a dot|
|DERBY-6916||Doc of derbyrun.jar should describe complete list of referenced jars|
|DERBY-6906||Allow a GENERATED column to explicitly specify NO CYCLE|
|DERBY-6903||ALTER TABLE ALTER COLUMN resets CYCLE option of IDENTITY column|
|DERBY-6899||Improve docs build.xml to remove CLASSPATH requirement|
|DERBY-6898||Improve developer documentation for docs|
|DERBY-6857||Deprecate support for building Derby under JDKs 6 and 7|
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Derby release 10.14.1.0 was built using the following environment:
- Branch - Source code came from the 10.14 branch.
- Machine - Mac OSX 10.11.5.
- Ant - Apache Ant(TM) version 1.9.2 compiled on July 8 2013.
- Compiler - All classes were compiled by the javac from the 1.8.0_101 JDK, Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.101-b13, mixed mode).
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