- Automatic read-ahead operations
- Configuring the server response to low memory
- Reserving memory for critical activities
- Connection Manager enhancements
- Enhancements to the OpenAdmin Tool
- Managing message logs in embedded and enterprise environments
- Built-in SQL compatibility functions for string manipulation and trigonometric support
- Client SDK includes the DB-Access utility
- High availability clusters and Enterprise
- Automatically connecting to a grid
- Code set conversion for Enterprise Replication
- Enhancements to the Informix Replication plug-in for OAT
- Non-root installations support shared-memory and stream-pipe connections
- Retaining numbers for audit log files
- Restrict operating system properties for mapped users
- Time Series data
- Simplified handling of time series data
- Informix TimeSeries plug-in for OAT
Appropriate Content: Informix Documentation Team
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The Informix® 11.70 information center has been updated with 11.70.xC3 information!
I recently looked through the list of new DeveloperWorks articles and discovered an excellent article about how to use fragment-level statistics. Fragment-level statistics, which are a new IBM Informix version 11.70xC1 feature, affect the way UPDATE STATISTICS MEDIUM and HIGH operations gather data and generate column distributions on fragmented tables. For information on the circumstances under which you might want to use fragment-level statistics as well as details about setting up your system to use fragment-level statistics, see:
Incidentally, the DeveloperWorks article includes the following code example for forcing the use of fragment-level statistics. This example includes the new STATLEVEL property of a fragmented table. See the DeveloperWorks article and the Informix documentation for more details about the code:
CREATE TABLE tab1(col1 integer, col2 char(10))
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You can use MQ messaging functions to enable Informix applications to exchange data directly between the application and IBM WebSphere MQ. Applications can send and receive messages from local or remote queue managers that reside anywhere in the network and participate in a transaction.
IBM Informix Version 11.70 includes several new MQ messaging functions, which simplify administrative tasks and reduce the number of WebSphere MQ licenses that are needed.
For more information, see What's new in Database Extensions for IBM Informix, version 11.70 in the Database Extensions Users Guide.