🚀 This is a bug-fix release.
🚀 Changes in this release:
- 🛠 FIX: Another fix to the EntityFramework to ensure that an object’s hashcode remains stable after it is deleted. This is needed to support wrapping entity collections as observable collections in MvvmLight (#290)
🚀 This release has been made to update the installer which has been reported as being broken on Windows 10 machines. Developers using NuGet can continue to use the 1.13.3 version of the packages available there.
🚀 This release includes a number of bug fixes, performance enhancements and feature enhancements. There is only one minor change to the REST API - the addition of some extra fields to the JobStatus JSON object. There are no other API changes and the store file format is unchanged.
🚀 This is a recommended release for all users.
🚀 Key changes in this release:
🛠 FIX: Job date/time stamps are now displayed correctly in the browser HTML view.
🛠 FIX: Browser UI now passes through the target graph URI when starting an import job.
🛠 FIX: Polaris UI now passes through the target graph URI when starting an import job.
🛠 FIX: The status message for a Statistics Update job now reports the percentage completed correctly.
✨ Enhancement: The Windows Installer now includes a VSIX to install the Entity Context and Entity Definition C# item templates into Visual Studio 2015. The VSIX will be installed automatically if you select the option to add the Visual Studio 2015 integration.
✨ Enhancement: The Windows Installer now includes a local copy of this documentation as well as the API documentation.
✨ Enhancement: The Windows Installer now includes a copy of the standard Entity Context T4 text template for those cases where it might be necessary to manually add the template to a project.
✨ Enhancement: The Entity Framework code generators have been updated to support generating internal classes to implement public interfaces.
✨ Enhancement: Improvements to import to better alleviate low-memory conditions.
✨ Enhancement: It is now possible to detach an entity from one context and attach it to another context while retaining any locally made (unsaved) property changes.
✨ Enhancement: Added more of the XML Schema datatypes to the list of datatypes recognized and automatically converted by the Entity Framework. This enhancement adds support for
xsd:nonNegativeInteger(which are all converted to
xsd:language(which are all converted to String).
🚑 This release contains a couple of critical bug fixes and some minor enhancements. One API is extended with an optional parameter but there are no other API changes and no change to the store file format.
🛠 FIX: Fix for a bug in the server-side query cache that could cause incorrect results to be returned from the cache. Thanks to jvdonk for the bug report and repro. (#252)
🛠 FIX: Fix to the NuGet package dependency list to install the correct version of Newtonsoft.Json rather than depending on upstream dependencies. Thanks to jvdonk for the bug report. (#251)
✨ Enhancement: Added an optional parameter to the StartImport method to specify the format of the import file. (#236)
✨ Enhancement: Polaris now supports export in all supported RDF formats. (#219)
✨ Enhancement: Polaris import UI now supports starting multiple imports. Imports will run consecutively with progress shown in the import UI. (#214)
✨ Enhancement: The build process was updated to enable the compilation of NuGet packages from source without needing to build the docs or the Xamarin-specific libraries. (#250)
🚀 This is a bug-fix release with fixes for stability under concurrent access as well as a fix for invalid SPARQL queries being generated by the BrightstarDB Entity Framework.
There are no API changes or changes to the store format.
⬆️ It is a recommended upgrade for all users of BrightstarDB.