Release Notes

v1.4.35 (2019-04-23)

Added:
  • IWA authenticator: support for multiple search bases in user and group LDAP query filter expressions
  • Elasticsearch support: indexes & structure listing, native search using Query String
  • DataAccess/S3: support for path-style access to buckets
Changed:
  • Elasticsearch support: enhanced control over large responses from Elasticsearch, optimized search predicate delegation by object subfields
Fixed:
  • UI: Incorrect group list rendering in user properties window in case of list sizes greater than 40.

v1.4.34 (2019-04-01)

Fixed:
  • Elasticsearch support: connectivity issues to 6.6+ clusters

v1.4.33 (2019-03-29)

Added:
  • UI:
    • Update download progress indication and cancelling possibility in SpectX Update dialog.
    • Data Store editor: glob patterns can be used in data store Read ACL definitions, in addition to prefixed uri paths.
    • Resource tree filter. Defaults to filename filter, c:<string> searches for files containing ‘string’, and t:<hour/day/week> searches for files modified last hour/day/week.
    • Result set _raw_text column contents exportable to file from ‘Save’ and right click context menus
    • Query filter creation from resultset selection supports time ranges for timestamp columns
  • Support for reading data from ZIP archives. See more at Working With Zip Archives.
  • UserAdmin role.
Changed:
  • Engine:
    • Increased processing speed of Bzip2 files on Intel-based 64 bit OSX and Linux platforms by 20%.
  • UI:
    • Improved editor auto-completion in nested function calls
    • Data Store Editor: ‘.’ symbol is allowed in store name
Fixed:
  • UI:
    • Map feature properties popup displays correct values for tuple type columns
    • Export of chart with column names containing non-ASCII characters

v1.4.31 (2019-02-22)

Changed:
  • SpectX configuration keys engine.fs_access and engine.fs_unmanaged_access are deprecated. Instead, new configuration keys engine.da.protocol.<protocol> can be used to define usage permissions for each data access protocol separately.

v1.4.30 (2019-02-11)

Added:
  • DataAccess/HDFS: High availability clusters accessibility support

v1.4.29 (2019-02-08)

Added:
  • Functions: INDEXOF, ROT13, ESCAPE_OCTAL
Changed:
  • OpenJDK 8 HotSpot Java Runtime Environment is now supported (see more at Installation)
  • DataAccess/HDFS: improved accessing secure HDFS clusters with multiple Kerberos authentication realms configured
Fixed:
  • On Windows, Data Browser started by pressing Browse button in data store configuration editor window for previously stored configuration, fails to connect to the data store.

v1.4.28 (2019-01-10)

This release contains bug fixes, a few new features and some improvements.

Added:
Changed:
  • Reading data from relational databases: refactored input stream commands
  • UI:
    • Data Store editor: the browse-button uses real-time values in the editor form to connect to the data store. Browsing is restricted to the currently editable store only.
    • DataBrowser: keyboard navigation improved. Arrow, Pg Down/Up, Enter and Backspace keys can be used for navigation in all views.
    • “Admin - Users & Groups” menu: added descriptive text to the User/Group/ExtGroupMapping deletion dialogs.
    • “System status” menu: remastered Effective Settings view.
    • Script and Pattern editors: removed ctrl - shift - arrow tab navigation, text of displayed error messages made selectable.
    • The full name of a logged in user (if set) is used instead of a username in the rightmost menu at the top bar
    • Background version checker: connection exception logging with debug log level (previously: error log level).
  • Engine:
    • Improved processing performance of concatenated GZ/ZZ/PiGZ/PiZZ files.
    • Increased processing speed of GZ/ZZ/PiGZ/PiZZ files on Intel-based 64 bit OSX and Linux platforms by 20%.
Fixed:
  • Listing queries for cloud (Amazon/Azure/Google cloud) targets with the ‘includeContainers’:true argument.
  • Removed unnecessary creation of the folder “users” under the path specified by the config parameter sx.user_data.dir.
  • Failure to attempt to create own log directory on the very first run fixed in both SpectX and SourceAgent startup Windows scripts.