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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 14 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Sun, Jun 6 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 14 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 13 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Fri, Apr 30 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 13 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

This build corrects one final serious issue with ALTER TABLE that was introduced in Build 10 as part of the changes to improve table alteration performance, as well as a few other fixes.

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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 12 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Tue, Apr 27 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 12 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

This build corrects some further serious issues with ALTER TABLE that were introduced in Build 10 as part of the changes to improve table alteration performance.

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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 11 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Sat, Apr 17 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 11 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here.

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 10 was released on Thursday, but had to be replaced quickly with Build 11 due to two severe issues that were present with the ALTER TABLE statement in Build 10:

# 3185 Using ALTER TABLE To Change the Encrypted Status or Index Page Size Can Corrupt Table

# 3186 Using ALTER TABLE to Add a Primary Key to an Existing Table with No Primary Key Can Cause Corruption

An email notification was sent out to all customers, letting everyone know that you should not use 2.03 Build 10 in any application that uses the ALTER TABLE statement, nor should you use the 2.03 Build 10 release of the ElevateDB Manager to alter tables.

This latest release has some significant performance improvements added for the ALTER TABLE statement, especially when the statement only affects the columns and not the constraints, or vice-versa. These were, unfortunately, the cause of these issues, but should provide some much-needed improvements to complicated schema alterations in your database(s).

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ElevateDB 2.03 Build 9 Released
Posted by Tim Young on Fri, Mar 12 2010

ElevateDB 2.03 Build 9 is now available for download. If you're an existing customer, then you should be receiving an email shortly with download instructions. This build contains bug fixes for several incident reports, which are detailed here. It also contains the changes to switch the ElevateDB product over to the new logo and colors that are already used on the web site, so you'll be seeing some new icons for the various utilities and servers.

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ElevateDB External Modules in Multi-Threaded Delphi Applications
Posted by Tim Young on Tue, Feb 23 2010

An issue recently surfaced with a customer regarding the use of an ElevateDB external module in a Delphi application that was using multiple threads to execute some SQL scripts. The external module was called within the scripts to do some text processing, and there were only two threads being launched to execute the scripts in the background. Much to the customer's dismay, the external module kept blowing up in various places, with no real pattern or indication of the cause.

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