ArangoDB 1.4.11

We have released a bug-fix release for ArangoDB 1.4. As it is carnival, we skipped 1.4.10 and moved directly to 1.4.11. Please note that we are also preparing the ArangoDB 2.0 release. Therefore it is important to use the

zypper install arangodb=1.4.11

(or whatever package manager you use) with an explicit version.

v1.4.11 (2014-02-27)

* added SHORTEST_PATH AQL function 

  this calculates the shortest paths between two vertices, using the Dijkstra
  algorithm, employing a min-heap

  By default, ArangoDB does not know the distance between any two vertices and
  will use a default distance of 1. A custom distance function can be registered
  as an AQL user function to make the distance calculation use any document 
  attributes or custom logic:

      RETURN SHORTEST_PATH(cities, motorways, "cities/CGN", "cities/MUC", "outbound", {
        paths: true,
        distance: "myfunctions::citydistance"

      // using the following custom distance function
      var aqlfunctions = require("org/arangodb/aql/functions");
      aqlfunctions.register("myfunctions::distance", function (config, vertex1, vertex2, edge) { 
        return Math.sqrt(Math.pow(vertex1.x - vertex2.x) + Math.pow(vertex1.y - vertex2.y));
      }, false);

* fixed bug in Graph.pathTo function

* fixed small memleak in AQL optimiser
* fixed access to potentially uninitialised variable when collection had a cap constraint

v1.4.10 (2014-02-21)

* fixed graph constructor to allow graph with some parameter to be used

* added node.js "events" and "stream"

* updated npm packages

* added loading of .json file

* Fixed http return code in graph api with waitForSync parameter.

* Fixed documentation in graph, simple and index api.

* removed 2 tests due to change in ruby library.

* issue #756: set access-control-expose-headers on CORS response
  the following headers are now whitelisted by ArangoDB in CORS responses:
  - etag
  - content-encoding
  - content-length
  - location
  - x-arango-errors
  - x-arango-async-id
Dr. Frank Celler

Frank Celler

Frank is both entrepreneur and backend developer, developing mostly memory databases for two decades. He is the CTO and co-founder of ArangoDB. Try to challenge Frank asking him questions on C, C++ and MRuby. Besides Frank organizes Cologne’s NoSQL group & is an active member of NoSQL community.

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