What’s new in SlashDB version 0.9.22
By Victor Olex, SlashDB
We just shipped a revision of version 0.9.Here is what`s new:
Filtering in Data Discovery mode by partial values (similar to SQL’s LIKE)
Sorting by multiple columns
Slicing by column for SQL Pass-thru URLs
Now you can pick only some of the columns in any order:
Assign HTTP methods for SQL Pass-thru queries
When defining a query the user now has an option to assign one or more HTTP methods. This way queries, which for example add new records (i.e. INSERT) can be more appropriately associated with the POST method. Previously SQL Pass-through would only work with the GET method.
API key generator on user definition screen
When adding a new user or modifying an existing one there is now a button for adding a randomly generated API key. Previously keys had to be generated by other means and pasted into the user definition form.
Faster JSON generation and changes to default values for certain concurrency parameters provide for better overall performance in a general a purpose application. As before those and many other parameters can be tweak in slashdb.ini file.
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The idea for SlashDB was conceived out of Victor’s experience in software consulting for the capital markets industry. SlashDB was created at first only as a solution targeted for master data management for the securities industry. We then realized that it has even greater purpose of being used as a data API (gateway) for web and mobile applications. Since then, SlashDB has been attracting clients in the financial, academic, and publishing industries. Our delivery model is client-centric and allows for custom installations in enterprise data centers, as virtual machines and in the cloud via Amazon Web Services Marketplace and Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
SlashDB is a division of vt.enterprise, a software consulting a outsourcing firm from Jersey City, NJ, in business since 2001.
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