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ArangoDB 2.3.1 Release: Enhancements & Bug Fixes

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A maintenance release for ArangoDB 2.3 is available from our download page and through the package manager.

  • recreate password if missing during upgrade
  • fixed issue #1126
  • fixed non-working subquery index optimizations
  • do not restrict summary of Foxx applications to 60 characters
  • fixed display of “required” path parameters in Foxx application documentation
  • added more optimizations of constants values in AQL FILTER conditions
  • fixed invalid or-to-in optimization for FILTERs containing comparisons with boolean values
  • fixed replication of _graphs collection
  • added AQL functions CALL and APPLY to dynamically call other functions
  • fixed AQL optimizer cost estimation for LIMIT node
  • prevent Foxx queues from permanently writing to the journal even when server is idle
  • fixed AQL COLLECT statement with INTO clause, which copied more variables than v2.2 and thus lead to too much memory consumption. This deals with #1107.
  • fixed AQL COLLECT statement, this concerned every COLLECT statement, only the first group had access to the values of the variables before the COLLECT statement. This deals with #1127.
  • fixed some AQL internals, where sometimes too many items were fetched from upstream in the presence of a LIMIT clause. This should generally improve performance.
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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