This release contains a series of small improvements and features. See below for details.
Import of datasources with invalid hostnames
Import of datasources with invalid or blocked hostnames is now possible
Such imports will produce a warning and the hostname will be changed by prepending it with
invalid-and replacing dots (
.) with hyphens (
Imported invalid datasources will still not work, but the import will not fail anymore
PocketQuery has a set of blocked and invalid hostnames for datasources. Such datasources cannot be created through the UI and the imports previously failed when any such datasource was in the export file. However, this led to many support tickets from customers who couldn’t import their data. What we do now: we import the invalid/blocked datasources and only warn the customer. However, we also change the invalid/blocked hostname by prepending it with invalid- and replacing dots (.) with hyphens (-). So for example 127.1.0.0 becomes invalid-127-1-0-0.
New wildcard for space name
We implemented a new query wildcard @space.name that will be replaced with the name of the space where the query is currently executed. This was already available for the space key earlier and is now also available for its name.
New Snowflake datasource type
There is a new datasource type dedicated to Snowflake datasources.
Bugfixes / Improvements
Fix issue with URL validation for Oracle datasources
Disable aggressive warnings about Liquibase/SnakeYaml versions