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RavenDB 2.01 Stable Release

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RavenDB 2.01 Stable Release

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Just about a month after the 2.0 release ,we have a minor stable release for RavenDB containing a lot of bug fixes, a few minor features and some new cool stuff.

Before I move on to anything else, everyone who is using 2.0 should be upgrading to 2.01. There have been a number of issues that were fixed between 2.0 and 2.01, and some of them are pretty important.

You can see the full list here, the highlights are below:

http://hibernatingrhinos.com/builds/ravendb-stable/2260

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed race condition with replication when doing rapid update to the same document / attachment.
  • Fixed issues of using the RavenDB Profiler with a different version of jQuery.
  • Fixed bug where disposing of one changes subscription would also dispose others.
  • Replication doesn't work when using API key.
  • HTTP Spec Comp: Support quoted etags in headers.
  • Fixed a problem with map/reduce indexes moving between single step and multi step reduce would get duplicate data.
  • Fixed an error when using encryption and reducing the document size.
  • Support facets on spatial queries
  • Fixed unbounded load when loading items to reduce in multi step reduce.
  • Fixed bulk insert on IIS with authentication.
  • Fixed Last-Modified date is not being updated in embedded mode

Features

  • Added SQL Replication support.
  • Will use multiple index batches if we have a slow index.
  • More aggressive behavior with regards to releasing memory on the client under low memory conditions.
  • Adding debug ability for authentication issues.
  • Implemented server side fulltext search results highlighting
  • Moved expensive suggestions operation init to a separate thread.
  • Allow to define suggestions as part of the index creation.
  • Better facets paging.
  • Expose better view of internal storage concerns.
  • Support TermVector options on index fields.
  • RavenDB-894 When authenticating from the studio using API Key, set a cookie This allows us to use standard browser commands after authenticating using the studio just once.
  • Periodic backup can now backup to a local path as well.
  • Adding debug information for when we filter documents for replication
  • Async API improvements:
    • AnyAsync
    • StoreAsync

 

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