Release notes for version 2.0.5 on June 6, 2011
Replace Heater with extended settings
The Replace Heater is enhanced with some powerful capabilities. You can now replace tabs, line breaks and define complete lists of replacements. Replacement lists can consist of two alternatives:
Release notes for version 2.0.4 on May 16, 2011
The MySQL Adapter now permits space characters embedded in field names.
In READ (import) mode, the File Heater can also cope with an HTTP URL as file location.
Release notes for version 2.0.0 on April 2, 2011
Lots of improvements and new features were integrated into FlowHeater for version 2 . New feature highlights include: a new Adapter for OleDB data sources, a new and powerful Heater for importing/exporting collections of external files , a new RAW data type. The latter permits almost all previously unrecognized SQL data types to be processed. See below for further details and a complete list of all the new features.
There are no problems in executing Definition files from version 1.x with the latest FlowHeater and there are attractively priced upgrade options for holders of version 1.x licenses.
Release notes for version 1.3.2 on March 5, 2011
Bug Fix: GroupBy Heater
When the GroupBy Heater was used together with the Filter Heater in a Definition and the first record / data row was filtered out by the Filter Heater, processing of the first grouping failed to process properly. This problem only occurred in Memory Mode, whereas Mass Data Mode was not affected. The problem is resolved with this release.
Release notes for version 1.3.1 on January 15, 2011
Standard CSV separator characters from system control panel
The Textfile Adapter now uses the standard setting for list separators in the system control panel as the default character for a CSV separator. The system setting is now accessed whenever a new FlowHeater Definition is created that employs the Text file Adapter. The actual character used as CSV separator can thereafter be overridden in the Configurator of the Text File Adapter to whatever is desired. Older, previously saved, Definition files are unaffected and continue to function as before.