Apache AGE 1.1.0 released, a PostgreSQL extension that provides graph database functionality – News Fast Delivery

Apache AGE is a PostgreSQL extension that provides graph database functionality. AGE is an acronym for A Graph Extension. The goal of this project is to create a single store that can handle relational and graph model data so that users can use standard ANSI SQL and the graph query language openCypher.

Apache AGE 1.1.0 is released with the following updates:

  • Support for Agtype containment ops and GIN Indice
  • add CALL [YIELD] Syntax rules for executing CALL programs
  • VLE path variable integration performance patch
  • Improve WHERE clause performance and support index scans
  • Allow global graph context to see currentCommandIds
  • Cache Agtype and GRAPHID OIDs
  • Allow lists and maps in SET clauses
  • fix bug in aggregate function collect()
  • Fix bug in WHERE clause and property constraints
  • Fix VLE local cache bug (crash)
  • Fix bug where integers were not serialized correctly when stored in GIN indexes
  • Fix VLE peek_stack_head routine to return NULL when stack is NULL
  • Fix MERGE visibility in chained commands, especially SET
  • Fix issue #212 – add access operator ( ->, ->>) added to Agtype
  • fix issue #220 – fix local cache context for static programs
  • Fix issue #224 – Fix regression test, fix trigonometric problems on Mac
  • fix issue #235 – when MERGE and SET are used together
  • Fix issue #240 – negative array bounds
  • Fix issue #240 – negative array bounds – addendum
  • updated README

Details can be found at: https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/announcing-the-release-of-apache-age-110-2504/

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