Eloquence B.08.30 delivers improved efficiency and scalability
while updating technologies.
Major changes include:
Installation and Upgrade
Please refer to the Eloquence B.08.30 installation documents below
for an overview of Eloquence installation and platform specific details,
as well as information on updated License Keys.
The Eloquence B.08.30 release is available for
download from the Eloquence web site.
The JDLG 2.0 was released in December 2018 and is
available for download
For the Linux platform the new
yum repository and
make it easy to install and update Eloquence releases.
Eloquence B.08.30 is fully upwards compatible to previous
A database created with B.08.30 should not be used with previous
Eloquence releases if new functionality is used.
However, it is supported to move databases to older releases when no
new functionality is used, subject to some limitations
Restructuring a database with FTS indexes or (re-) creating FTS indexes
with B.08.30 enables an enhancement for FTS keywords with a large number
This is currently not supported by previous Eloquence releases
and requires rebuilding any FTS indexes when moving a previous release.
The Eloquence B.08.30 database server uses a different new hashing scheme
to secure database passwords. This is not supported by previous
Eloquence releases and these passwords must be reset when moving a
previous release. As a consequence Eloquence versions before B.08.30
are no longer able to authenticate passwords with the B.08.30
database server if the new password encoding is used.
Compatibility is not affected
if a database account does not use a password or uses the old password
Eloquence B.08.30 includes or makes use of several third party and
open source projects. Details can be found in the following document:
The Beta Changes Document lists some
user visible changes introduced in the beta cycle.