Release Notes - Fauna 2.9.0
The Fauna team is pleased to announce the availability of Fauna 2.9.0.
The following new functions have been added to the Fauna Query Language as a "preview":
A preview function might change after its initial release. Feedback from the community could suggest changes to parameters, return values, or implementation. We’d like you to try these functions and let us know how they are working for you!
Following up on the recent addition of the
Reduce function, we have
added new functions for common aggregations:
We have added some additional functions which make it easier to search for specific strings with Filter() by returning true or false rather than an index or match structure:
ContainsStrRegexallows you to check whether a string matches a regular expression, which can be useful for more advanced predicates.
RegexEscapelets you escape the input, transforming it into a regular expression that matches the actual input value.
Improved the server’s task system to better prioritize tasks between nodes.
C# driver: Fixed nullable types for values that have non-null values in the database. Also added support for
ISettypes on decoders.
Fixed permission denied error when paginating through scoped databases that had been previously moved.
Improved write latency by using replica level coordinator information instead of global. Previously, remote, non-log replicas could cause log replicas to slow down needlessly.
Enforced limit of 64kb for index entries (includes
Deleting a collection now automatically deletes related single-source indexes.
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