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== 0.9.6
- The Oracle release!
- Oracle should be working much better with this release. Also updated
to work with Rails 3.
- Get all unit tests running cleanly on Oracle, fixing previous
datetime/timezone issues.
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-83: Add :sequence_start_value option to
create_table, following oracle_enhanced adapter
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-33: Don't double-quote table names in oracle
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-17: Fix Oracle primary keys so that /^NUMBER$/ => :integer
- Fix remaining blockers ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-82, JRUBY-3675,
== 0.9.5
- The MSSQL release, courtesy of Mike Williams and Lonely
- JRuby + AR-JDBC is now seen as the hassle-free way of using Rails
with SQLServer!
- Many fixes for MSSQL, including ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-18,
- All tests pass on Rails 3.0.0.beta3!
== 0.9.4
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-96: DB2 JdbcSpec cannot dump schema correctly
(Youhei Kondou)
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-97: Dont use Rails 3 deprecated constants (David
- Updates for rake db:schema:dump compatibility with Rails 2.3+ and
MySQL (Joakim Kolsjö)
- Rails 3.0.0.beta2 compatibility
- Return of Derby, H2, Hsqldb support (requires AR >= 3.0.0.beta2)
== 0.9.3
- Rails 3 compatibility
- PLEASE NOTE: ActiveRecord in Rails 3 has changed in a way that
doesn't allow non-standard DBs (such as the Derby and H2 embedded
DBs) to work. We're investigating the effort required to support
these databases and hope to have something for a future release.
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-91: Fix schema search path for PostgreSQL (Alex
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-87: DB2 ID insert fix (Youhei Kondou)
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-90: MSSQL fix for DATEs (jlangenauer)
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-93: Fix string IDs for sqlite3, hsql/h2 (moser)
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-86: Fix Derby queries starting with VALUES (Dwayne Litzenberger)
== 0.9.2
- The main, highly awaited fix for this release is a solution to the
rake db:create/db:drop issue. The main change is a new 'jdbc' rails
generator that should be run once to prepare a Rails application to
use JDBC. The upside of this generator is that you no longer will
need to alter database.yml for JDBC. See the README.txt for details.
- Cleanup and reconnect if errors occur during begin/rollback
(Jean-Dominique Morani, Christian Seiler)
- ACTIVERECORD_JDBC-1: Add #drop_database method for oracle (does the
same thing as recreate_database)
- Sqlite3 and MSSQL fixes (Jean-Dominique Morani)
- JRUBY-3512: Treat LONGVARCHAR as a CLOB for Mssql
- JRUBY-3624: Upgrade Derby to and add native limit/offset
support (Christopher Saunders)
- JRUBY-3616: Fix postgres non-sequence primary keys (David Kellum)
- JRUBY-3669: Fix Oracle case with unconfigured schema (Dan Powell)
- Fixed quote_column_name of jdbc_oracle to accept numbers (Marcelo
- Fix for mysql tables with non standard primary keys such that the
schema dump is correct (Nick Zalabak)
- MSSQL fixes from Mike Luu:
- add support for MSSQL uniqueidentifier datatype
- always quote strings using unicode identifier for MSSQL
- Changes primary_key generation to use always instead of by default
for DB2 (Amos King)
- Improves the SQLite adapter by fixing rename_column, change_column,
change_column_default, changing remove_column, and adding
remove_columns (Ryan Baumann)
- More oracle love courtesy Ben Browning and Jens Himmelreich
- JRUBY-3608: Add missing change_column_null method for postgres
- JRUBY-3508: Fix quoting of integer and float columns
== 0.9.1
- We did a lot of internal cleanup this release in the hopes of
simplifying the code and increasing performance.
- Many SQLite updates (thanks Nils Christian Haugen)
- JRUBY-2912: Fix MSSQL create/drop database (Joern Hartmann)
- JRUBY-2767: Mistake in selecting identity with H2/HSQLDB
- JRUBY-2884: jdbc_postgre.rb issue handling nil booleans (also a fix
for hsqldb/h2) + tests
- JRUBY-2995: activerecord jdbc derby adapter should quote columns
called 'year'
- JRUBY-2897: jdbc_postgre.rb needs microsecond support
- JRUBY-3282: Upgrade to derby to allow unique constraints
with nullable columns
- Update h2 from 1.0.63 to 1.1.107 in driver
- JRUBY-3026: [Derby] Allow select/delete/update conditions with
comparison to NULL using '='
- JRUBY-2996: ...(actually this fixes only remaining issue of this bug
which was symbols making into quote were exploding
- JRUBY-2691: Update sybase driver to pass simple unit tests with jtds
and verify it works with the new dialect keyword. patch by Leigh
- Make :float type work on h2,hsql [returned as string]. Make :float
work on hsqldb (no paren value supported). Make REAL_TYPE just
return RubyFloat
- JRUBY-3222: Upgrade #type_to_sql to variation of AR 2.1.2 version
- Add patch supplied in JRUBY-3489 (patch by Jean-Dominique Morani)
- Various Oracle fixes by edsono
- JRUBY-2688: Don't hard-code MySQL connection character encoding to
== 0.9
- Now updated to support ActiveRecord 2.2. JNDI-based connections will
automatically connect/disconnect for every AR connection pool
checkout/checkin. For best results, set your pool: parameter >= the
actual maximum size of the JNDI connection pool. (We'll look at how
to eliminate the need to configure AR's pool in the future.)
- NEW! Informix support courtesy of Javier Fernandez-Ivern.
- Backport another Oracle CLOB issue, thanks Edson César.
- Rubyforge #22018: chomp final trailing semicolon for oracle
- JRUBY-2848: Fix NPE error in set_native_database_types
- Rework oracle lob saving callback to be Rails 2.1 friendly (assist
from court3nay)
- JRUBY-2715: Add create/drop database methods to Postgres (Peter Williams)
- JRUBY-3183: Fix structure dump for Postgres (Ryan Bell)
- JRUBY-3184: recreate_database for test database working for PG (Ryan Bell)
- JRUBY-3186: disable referential integrity for PG (Ryan Bell)
- Authoritative repository now hosted at
git://; rubyforge
svn trunk cleaned out.
== 0.8.2
- Added an optional config key called :dialect. Using :dialect allows you to
override the default SQL dialect for the driver class being used. There are
a few cases for this:
- Using using Sybase w/ the jTDS driver.
- Using rebranded drivers.
- It makes more sense to use :dialect, rather then :driver when using JNDI.
- JRUBY-2619: Typo with :test config causing problems with dev database (Igor Minar)
- 20524, JRUBY-2612: Since when did I think that there was a #true? method on Object?
== 0.8.1
- Now sporting a JDBC sqlite3 adapter! Thanks Joseph Athman.
- Added support for InterSystems Cache database (Ryan Bell)
- Fix for JRUBY-2256
- JRUBY-1638, JRUBY-2404, JRUBY-2463: schema.table handling and Oracle NUMBER fixes (Darcy Schultz & Jesse Hu)
- Add structure dump and other DDL-ish for DB2 (courtesy abedra and stuarthalloway)
- Fix missing quote_table_name function under Rails 1.2.6 and earlier
- Small tweaks to jdbc.rake to select proper config
- JRUBY-2011: Fix MSSQL string un-quoting issue (Silvio Fonseca)
- JRUBY-1977, 17427: Fix information_schema select issue with MSSQL (Matt Burke)
- 20479: Improve get_table_name for MSSQL (Aslak Hellesøy)
- 20243: numerics improvements for MSSQL (Aslak Hellesøy)
- 20172: don't quote table names for MSSQL (Thor Marius Henrichsen)
- 19729: check for primary key existence in postgres during insert (Martin Luder)
- JRUBY-2297, 18846: retrying failing SQL statements is harmful when not autocommitting (Craig McMillan)
- 10021: very preliminary sybase support. (Mark Atkinson) Not usable until collision w/ sqlserver driver is resolved.
- JRUBY-2312, JRUBY-2319, JRUBY-2322: Oracle timestamping issues (Jesse Hu & Michael König)
- JRUBY-2422: Fix MySQL referential integrity and rollback issues
- JRUBY-2382: mysql string quoting fails with ArrayIndexOutofBoundsException
== 0.8
- NOTE: This release is only compatible with JRuby 1.1RC3 or later.
- Because of recent API changes in trunk in preparation for JRuby 1.1, this release is not
backward compatible with previous JRuby releases. Hence the version bump.
- Internal: convert Java methods to be defined with annotations
- Fix problem with reserved words coming back pre-quoted from #indexes in postgres
- JRUBY-2205: Fix N^2 allocation of bytelists for mysql quoting (taw)
- Attempt a fix for Rubyforge 18059
- Upgrade derby to
- Fix db:create etc. in the case where JDBC is loaded in Rails' preinitializer.rb
- Fix db:drop to actually work
- Fix for Rubyforge #11567 (Matt Williams)
== 0.7.2
- JRUBY-1905: add_column for derby, hsqldb, and postgresql (Stephen Bannasch)
- Fix db:create for JDBC
- Support Rails 2 with the old "require 'jdbc_adapter'" approach
- JRUBY-1966: Instead of searching for just tables, search for views and tables.
- JRUBY-1583: DB2 numeric quoting (Ryan Shillington)
- JRUBY-1634: Oracle DATE type mapping (Daniel Wintschel)
- JRUBY-1543: rename_column issue with more recent MySQL drivers (Oliver Schmelzle)
- Rubyforge #15074: ConnectionAdapters::JdbcAdapter.indexes is missing name and
schema_name parameters in the method signature (Igor Minar)
- Rubyforge #13558: definition for the indexes method (T Meyarivan)
- JRUBY-2051: handle schemaname and tablename more correctly for columns
- JRUBY-2102: Postgres Adapter cannot handle datetime type (Rainer Hahnekamp)
- JRUBY-2018: Oracle behind ActiveRecord-JDBC fails with "Invalid column index" (K Venkatasubramaniyan)
- JRUBY-2012: jdbc_mysql structure dump fails for mysql views (Tyler Jennings)
== 0.7.1
- Add adapter and driver for H2 courtesy of Caleb Land
- Fix "undefined method `last' for {}:Hash" error introduced with new Rake 0.8.1 (JRUBY-1859)
== 0.7
- PLEASE NOTE: This release is not compatible with JRuby releases earlier than
1.0.3 or 1.1b2. If you must use JRuby 1.0.2 or earlier, please install the
0.6 release.
- Release coincides with JRuby 1.0.3 and JRuby 1.1b2 releases
- Simultaneous support for JRuby trunk and 1.0 branch
- Get rid of log_no_bench method, so we time SQL execution again.
- Implement #select_rows
- MySQL migration and quoting updates
== 0.6
- Gem is renamed to "activerecord-jdbc-adapter" to follow new conventions
introduced in Rails 2.0 for third-party adapters. Rails 2.0 compatibility is
- Add dependency on ActiveRecord >= 1.14 (from the Rails 1.1.x release)
- New drivers (jdbc-XXX) and adapter (activerecord-jdbcXXX-adapter) gems
available separately. See the README.txt file for details.
- Plain "jdbc" driver is still available if you want to use the full
driver/url way of specifying the driver.
- More bugfixes to Oracle and SQLServer courtesy of Ola & ThoughtWorks
== 0.5
- Release coincides with JRuby 1.0.1 release
- It is no longer necessary to specify :driver and :url configuration
parameters for the mysql, postgresql, oracle, derby, hsqldb, and h2
adapters. The previous configuration is still valid and compatible, but for
new applications, this makes it possible to use the exact same database.yml
configuration as Rails applications running under native Ruby.
- JDBC drivers can now be dynamically loaded by Ruby code, without being on
the classpath prior to launching JRuby. Simply use "require
'jdbc-driver.jar'" in JRuby code to add it to the runtime classpath.
- Updates to HSQL, MS SQLServer, Postgres, Oracle and Derby adapters
== 0.4
- Release coincides with JRuby 1.0 release
- Shoring up PostgreSQL (courtesy Dudley Flanders) and HSQL (courtesy Matthew
- Fix timestamps on Oracle to use DATE (as everything else)
- Derby fixes: Fix for open result set issue, better structure dump, quoting,
column type changing
- Sybase type recognition fix (courtesy Dean Mao)
== 0.3.1
- Derby critical fixes shortly after 0.3
== 0.3
- Release coincides with JRuby 1.0.0RC1 release
- Improvements for Derby, Postgres, and Oracle, all of which are running
> 95% of AR tests
== 0.2.4
- Release coincides with JRuby 0.9.9 release
- JRuby 0.9.9 is required
- MySQL close to 100% working
- Derby improvements
- DECIMAL/NUMERIC/FLOAT/REAL bugs fixed with type recognition for Oracle,
Postgres, etc.
- HSQLDB has regressed this release and may not be functioning; we'll get it
fixed for the next one
== 0.2.3
- Release coincides (and compatible) with JRuby 0.9.8 release
- 8 bugs fixed: see
- Improvements and compatibility fixes for Rails 1.2.x
== 0.2.1, 0.2.2
- Early releases, added better support for multiple databases
== 0.0.1
- Initial, very alpha release
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