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Many of the command-line tools have been refurbished and this release introduces the all-new incremental backup tools NBak and NBackup.
The old “” limit on index size is gone for good, replaced by much-extended limits that depend on page size.
The issue with events over WNet protocol reported below for v.2.0.3 has been fixed.
The full list of bugs fixed in V.2.0.4 is in the bugfixes chapter and also in the separate bug fixes document associated with V.2.1, which you can download from the Documentation Index at the Firebird website.
However, in the interim, the port of Firebird 2.0.3 to Solaris 2.10 (Solaris 10) has been completed for both Intel and SPARC platforms. It should not be necessary to revert databases to pre-2.0.2 state but, if you used EXECUTE STATEMENT to operate on varchars, varchar data written from results might have suffered truncation.
Bugfix (CORE-1133) "The XNET (IPC) communication protocol would not work across session boundaries" affects those attempting to access databases using the local protocol on Windows Vista as well as those using remote terminal services locally on XP or Server 2003.
Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.
Many new additions have been made to the SQL language, including support for derived tables (SELECT ... FROM), PSQL blocks in dynamic SQL through the new EXECUTE BLOCK syntax and some handy new extensions in PSQL itself.
Note also few backported improvements that are present in this release: A long-standing, legacy loophole in the handling of DPB parameters enabled ordinary users to make connection settings that could lead to database corruptions or give them access to SYSDBA-only operations.
The loophole has been closed, a change that could affect several existing applications, database tools and connectivity layers (drivers, components).
So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.
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