The challenge Often integration tests result sets contain changing or
even non-predictable content. In those cases you need more relaxed
result matching than simply comparing against a constant value:
Structural checks Syntactical checks (e.g. for a ...
This remotelog release fixes the rockspec, so that LuaRock now has the
correct link to the GitHub repository. The typo prevented the actual
LuaRock package from being correctly created. Links: remotelog LuaRock
package remotelog release 1.0.1 on GitH...
This release corrects a bug when tenant-security and group-security are
used in combination and a user has no groups assigned. In this case the
adapter created invalid SQL because an empty IN() function was used,
which is invalid in Exasol. Now the a...
"remotelog" is a Lua module that makes logging from your Lua scripts
easy. In this first release of remotelog, we added all features to have
a functional equivalent in Lua to the existingremote logging for Exasol
in Java: logging via TCP socket and f...
We covered the basics of Transport Layer Security (TLS) in the first
part of this article. We’ll now look at how you can use TLS with our
analytics database and will focus on two areas: Incoming TLS connections
to Exasol services like JDBC, BucketFS ...
Hi @drumcircle, AWS is a field where we want to have high coverage, so
sooner than later we will cover ES. As you mentioned, there is a JDBC
driver available. Writing a Virtual Schema dialect based on our
virtual-schema-common-jdbc is pretty straight...
Hi Michael, updating the Lua version in the database is a frequent topic
here at Exasol. It is a lot of effort since we have to deal with the
fact that post-5.1 Lua uses a JIT compiler and we customized Lua quite a
bit to make it convenient to work w...
The user guide says this about index generation: Exasol creates and
maintains required indexes automatically. It is not recommended to
interfere in this. Now to the question of whether manual committing can
improve performance. The commit overhead on...
You probably know this, but just to make sure: you can chain rows in a
single INSERT (see https://docs.exasol.com/sql/insert.htm). That is
always preferable over single row inserts. Example: INSERT INTO t VALUES
(2, 1.56, 'ghi'), (3, 5.92, 'pqr');
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