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What's new in SymmetricDS 3.7.2:
- 0002135: [Bug] bsh column transform can pick up source columns from previous tables in the batch (chenson) - closed.
- 0002136: [Bug] Changing a primary key with an implied transform does not work (chenson) - closed.
- 0002139: [Improvement] Log original conflict error message if available. Makes it easier to identify root cause conflict issues. (chenson) - closed.
- 0002144: [Improvement] When transformed data is retransformed it should only try to match the key values if more than one transformed data is returned (chenson) - closed.
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SymmetricDS is web-enabled, database independent, data synchronization/replication software. It uses web and database technologies to replicate tables between relational databases in near real time.
The software was designed to scale for a large number of databases, work across low-bandwidth connections, and withstand periods of network outage.
By using database triggers, SymmetricDS guarantees that data changes are captured and atomicity is preserved.
Support for database vendors is provided through a Database Dialect layer, with implementations for MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, HSQLDB, Oracle, and Apache Derby included.
Synchronization can be configured to push data (trickle-back) or pull data (trickle-poll) at an interval. SymmetricDS allows for 2-tier and even n-tier synchronization, such as the following:
· A farm of web server nodes fronting an enterprise-class general office database
· A handful of regional servers for synchronizing from the general office to remote geographical areas
· 1000(s) of store server nodes using a departmental class database to sync with a regional node
· 10(s) of Point of Sale (POS) register nodes using an embedded database to sync with a store server
Deployment options include the following:
· Web application archive (WAR) deployed to an application server such as Tomcat, Jetty, or JBoss
· Standalone service
· Embedded in an application
Last updated on January 24th, 2015
Runs on: Mac OS X (-)