E-Maj 1.0.0

From: Philippe Beaudoin <philippe(dot)beaudoin(at)bull(dot)net>
To: "pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org" <pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Cc: "phb(dot)emaj(at)free(dot)fr" <phb(dot)emaj(at)free(dot)fr>
Subject: E-Maj 1.0.0
Date: 2012-12-09 10:56:22
Message-ID: F8891FBA2CE63548A2C84B2B3D3A3DEC9E1634@BUMBX01WP.fr.ad.bull.net
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I am happy to announce the release of E-Maj 1.0.0

This new E-Maj version is features rich and reliable enough to justify its "1.0.0" status.

E-Maj is a PostgreSQL extension that offers the capability to:
- log updates performed on one or several sets of tables,
- cancel these updates if needed, and reset a tables set to a predefined stable state.

This major version brings many enhancements and some bug fixes.
The major improvements are focused on:
- an easier support of large databases having a large number of tables, with
- more flexibility in the management of tablespaces for log tables and indexes,
- a new facility to spread log tables on several schemas,
- performance improvements, in particular for all internal checks,
- some minor changes to help in continuous logging
- more flexibility when table structures change, with a new emaj_alter_group() function
The CHANGES file lists all feature evolutions and fixes.

As previously, this E-Maj version is available on pgfoundry.org (http://pgfoundry.org/projects/emaj/) as well as on the PGXN web site.
And now, E-Maj source files are also available on github (https://github.com/beaud76/emaj and https://github.com/beaud76/emaj_doc)
The delivered package contains a detailed user's guide and a quick presentation of the extension.

If you already use a previous version of E-Maj, you are encourage to move to this 1.0.0. The migration from previous version is easy and quick. It can even be done while tables groups are in recording mode.

Have fun...

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