Chapter 9. History and Planned Features

Table of Contents

History of UnityJDBC
Planned Features
Feature List
Contacts and Support

History of UnityJDBC

UnityJDBC is the product of over 10 years of research and development in database integration and virtualization. UnityJDBC was first released in 2006 and commercial support and development has been ongoing since 2011.

Table 9.1. UnityJDBC Release History

Release Version and DateMajor Features
UnityJDBC v1.0 - May 2006Cross-database join support, match functions, full optimizer, query by-pass
UnityJDBC v2.0 - May 2007Connection pools, DataSource connections, more functions
UnityJDBC v3.0 - May 2008Native INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE, INSERT INTO...SELECT across databases, PreparedStatements, user-defined functions
UnityJDBC v4.0 - August 2011Database dialect translation, paging using LIMIT/OFFSET, single database subqueries, result caching
UnityJDBC v4.1 - June 2012Integration with SQuirreL SQL and JasperReports, BLOB support
UnityJDBC v4.2 - January 2013Memory-optimized query execution engine, EXPLAIN for query plans, subqueries in FROM clause, improved SourceBuilder GUI
UnityJDBC v4.3 - June 2014Full subqueries, EXCEPT/INTERSECT, implementation of PooledDataSource and ConnectionPoolDataSource, support for MongoDB, TokuMX, Cassandra, and ServiceNow.
UnityJDBC v4.4 - May 2020 Support for Tableau integration for Splunk and MongoDB, performance improvements, improved MongoDB nesting processing