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Icon ElevateDB 2.25 Released with RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo Support and Advantage Database Migration Support

Posted by Tim Young on Fri, Apr 14 2017
ElevateDB 2.25 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions.

ElevateDB 2.25 now includes support for Embarcadero RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo (Delphi 10.2 32/64-bit, and C++Builder 10.2 32/64-bit). Currently, this support for Windows only, but will be expanded over the next two months to include MacOS, followed by support for the next-generation compiler and Linux, Android, and iOS.

Included with the ElevateDB Additional Software and Utilities download is a new Advantage Database migrator that can migrate any Advantage Database 9.x or higher database to an ElevateDB database. Please see Migrating a Database topic in the SQL manual for more information.

The ElevateDB 2.25 .NET Data Adapter now includes Visual Studio 2017 IDE integration support.

The ElevateDB 2.25 PHP Extension now includes support for 64-bit PHP 5.6 environments (Windows-only).

The complete list of breaking changes and new features is below.

2.25 Breaking Changes
The following are breaking changes in 2.25:
  • ElevateDB no longer logs row lock errors in the logged events for a given configuration. Such errors are a normal part of multi-user database usage and tended to "pollute" the logged events, making it harder to find actual errors.


  • The TEDBEngine TempTablesPath and TEDBSession LocalTempTablesPath properties have been moved from being published to public, so you may see a missing property error when loading forms in the IDE that contain the TEDBEngine or TEDBSession properties. These properties are typically only useful at run-time, and setting them at design-time could cause run-time errors if their values did not work properly with the target operating system's configuration.
2.25 New Features
The following are the new features in 2.25:
  • The ElevateDB Server now supports global request/response tracing for analyzing performance issues or finding the source of bugs in client applications. The core TEDBEngine component supports tracing via its ServerTrace property and OnServerTrace event. The compiled ElevateDB Server that is provided with ElevateDB uses this functionality to implement logging of all traced events. You can find out more information on the built-in tracing in the Starting and Configuring the ElevateDB Server topic in the ElevateDB SQL Manual.


  • The performance of string comparisons using the default ANSI and UNI collations has been improved.


  • The TEDBSession TEDBSession RecordLockProtocol, RecordLockRetryCount, and RecordLockWaitTime properties can now be modified when a session is connected. Previously, these properties could only be modified before a session was connected.
In addition, this release contains several bug fixes, which are detailed here.

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