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HSQLDB 2.3.2 Released!

The final release package for HyperSQL Database version 2.3.2 is available from http://hsqldb.org. This release completes the development cycle for the 2.3.x series with several bug fixes and enhancements.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2014-02-15

HSQLDB 2.3.1 Released!

The final release package for HyperSQL Database version 2.3.1 is available from http://hsqldb.org.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2013-10-09

HSQLDB 2.3.0 Released!

The final release package for version 2.3.0 is available from http://hsqldb.org.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2013-07-08

HSQLDB 2.3.0 Final Release Candidate

The latest Release Candidate for version 2.3.0 is available from http://hsqldb.org. The Final release will follow shortly.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2013-06-06

HSQLDB 2.2.9 Released

This release completes the dvelopment of the 2.2 series. It features extensive enhancements and bug fixes.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2012-08-06

HSQLDB 2.2.9 Snapshot

A release candidate snapshot jar for the forthcoming version 2.2.9 has just been released. Please check and report any issues.

http://www.hsqldb.org/repos/org/hsqldb/hsqldb/SNAPSHOT/

Posted by Fred Toussi 2012-07-02

HSQLDB 2.2.8 Final Release

HSQLDB was featured as the SourceForge Project of the Month for January 2012.

This is the second release this month. It adds hot backup of database files and fixes a recently discovered issue with database recovery after a crash, present in 2.2.6 and 2.2.7. This version should be used for development and deployment in preference to all earlier 2.x releases. Also available on Maven.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2012-01-22

HSQLDB 2.2.7 Final Release

HSQLDB was featured as the SourceForge Project of the Month for January 2012.

The latest version has several enhancements, bug fixes and extra features. This version should be used for development and deployment in preference to all earlier 2.x releases. Also available on Maven.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2012-01-15

HSQLDB 2.2.6 Final released

The latest version was developed over the last 4 months and features many enhancements, bug fixes and extra features. This version should be used for development and deployment in preference to all earlier 2.x releases. It is also released on Maven.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2011-11-21

HSQLDB 2.2.3 Final released

The latest version marks one year of development and enhancements since the release of version 2.0.0. This version should be used for development and deployment in preference to all earlier version 2.0 and 2.x releases as it fixes all reported bugs in earlier versions.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2011-06-06

HSQLDB 2.2.0 Final Released

HSQLDB 2.2.0 Final is now available.Since the release of HSQLDB 2.0.0 last June, the software has been deployed by thousands of developers. The code has undergone a full review with enhancements added in several areas, including compatibility modes for other database servers. This release is recommended for production and development.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2011-05-11

HSQLDB 2.1.1 Snapshot

Since the release of HSQLDB 2.1.0 in March, the software has been downloaded and tested by thousands of developers. Bugs have been reported and fixed. The latest snapshot jars with bug fixes are available at http://hsqldb.org/support/ The GA release will follow soon.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2011-04-10

HSQLDB 2.1 Released

HSQLDB 2.1.0 GA is now available.Since the release of HSQLDB 2.0.0 last June, the software has been downloaded and tested by thousands of developers. Bugs have been reported and fixed. Many enhancements have also been made to Java and SQL stored procedure and function support, and to other areas. A new Hibernate dialect has been developed and is now included in latest Hibernate releases.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2011-03-14

HSQLDB 2.0.1 Release Candidate

The release candidate for HSQLDB 2.0.1 is now available. Please use this release and report any issues. The GA release will be available within 2 weeks. Since the release of HSQLDB 2.0.0 in June, the software has been downloaded and tested by thousands of developers. Bugs have been reported and fixed. Many enhancements have also been made to Java and SQL stored procedure and function support, and to other areas. A new Hibernate dialect has been developed and is now included in latest Hibernate releases.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2010-10-19

HSQLDB 2.0.1 Snapshots

Since the release of HSQLDB 2.0.0 in June, the software has been downloaded and tested by thousands of developers. Bugs have been reported and fixed. Many enhancements have also been made to Java and SQL stored procedure and function support, and to other areas. A new Hibernate dialect has been developed and is now included in latest Hibernate releases. The latest snapshot jars are available from http://hsqldb.org/support/ The GA release will follow soon.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2010-08-25

HSQLDB 1.8.1 Released

Version 1.8.1 of the releational database engine HSQLDB is based on 1.8.0 code and is fully compatible with previous releases. The new version fixes some bugs and adds support for fast closing of huge database files and better query optimisation.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2009-09-09

HSQLDB 1.9 Release Candidate

The Release Candidate package for HSQLDB (HyperSQL DataBase) version 1.9 is available from http://hsqldb.org

HSQLDB is a fully-featured relational database engine written in Java.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2009-07-17

HSQLDB 1.9 Beta 3 Released

The beta version of the SQL engine, HSQLDB 1.9 (HyperSQL) is out.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2009-06-10

HSQLDB 1.9 Alpha 1 Released

HyperSQL (HSQLDB) version 1.9 is a fully-featured RDBMS with extensive support for the SQL Standard. This is the first alpha release of the new version which has been in development for nearly 4 years.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2009-03-20

Multiversion, Multithreaded Core for HSQLDB 1.9 and 2.0

The unified codebase just committed to our Subversion repository is fully multithreaded and supports 2PL (two phased locking) and MVCC (multiversion concurrency control). The 2PL capabilities will be tested and completed first, leading to version 1.9. The MVCC capabilities will be completed next, and the unified version will be released as version 2.0.

A major rewrite of HSQLDB, the leading SQL database engine written in Java, has been done over the last 3 years. Support for very large, disk-based result sets, date-time arithmetic and the INTERVAL type, new query processor and optimiser, are among the features. We have been extending SQL Standard conformance, covering almost full SQL-1992 language features and extensive SQL:2009 optional features.... read more

Posted by Fred Toussi 2008-12-22

HSQLDB 1.9.0 Feature List

A list of new features in the forthcoming version 1.9.0 of HSQLDB relational database management engine is now available at http://hsqldb.org

Posted by Fred Toussi 2008-09-14

HSQLDB 1.8.0.8

The latest release of HSQLDB includes some bug fixes and enhancements, both to the engine and to SQL utilities.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2007-08-30

HSQLDB 1.8.0.4

Version 1.8.0.4 is available now. This release fixes the bugs that have been reported in the last six months.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2006-04-16

hsqldb 1.8.0.1 released

HSQLDB 1.8.0.1 fixes the issues reported since the release of 1.8.0.0. HSQLDB is a relational database engine written in Java, with a JDBC driver, supporting a large subset of ANSI-92 SQL. A small, fast engine with both in memory and disk based tables.

See http://hsqldb.org for the new features.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2005-07-12

HSQLDB 1.8.0 released

The new version of HSQLDB, the leading SQL database engine written in Java, has just been released. HSQLDB is a relational database engine written in Java, with a JDBC driver, supporting a large subset of ANSI-92 SQL. A small, fast engine with both in memory and disk based tables. This product is the continuation of HypersonicSQL. Active since 2001.

See http://hsqldb.org for the new features.

Posted by Fred Toussi 2005-07-05