|Virtual Schema: Pushdown of Joins||
Increases the performance of typical uses cases involving joins based on Virtual Schemas by pushing down joins to remote data sources.
If a query contains joins of tables within a remote data source, the amount of data being transferred is reduced and the overall performance is improved.
|New Analytical Functions implementation with full window support||
Significantly increased performance of all analytical functions. The new implementation ensure that Exasol supports almost all the functionalities defined in the SQL 2016 standard.
|Python 3 available as language for UDF and Adapter Scripts||
The Python 3 language is supported for UDFs and Virtual Schema Adapter Scripts in Exasol.
|Hide inaccessible schemas||
A user can only access a schema or virtual schema if the user is owner or if the user has an object or system privilege.
|ADO.NET: Support for Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 and SQL Server 2019||
The visual studio extension delivered was called EXADDEX2017.vsix. It is renamed to EXAExtension.vsix. It now supports SQL Server Analysis Services 2017 and 2019.
|Snapshot Mode for SQL Statements||You can now run the metadata queries in snapshot mode.|
|JDBC 4.1 support||Exasol now support JDBC 4.2 core APIs.|