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While fall weather is in full swing, the Debezium community is not letting the unusually low, frigid temperatures get the best of us. It is my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.0.0.Beta3!

This new Debezium release includes several notable new features, enhancements, and fixes:

  • Built against Kafka Connect 2.3.1 (DBZ-1612)

  • Renamed drop_on_stop configuration parameter to drop.on.stop (DBZ-1595)

  • Standardized source information for Cassandra connector (DBZ-1408)

  • Propagate MongoDB replicator exceptions so they are visible from Kafka Connect’s status endpoint (DBZ-1583)

  • Envelope methods should accept Instant rather than long values for timestamps (DBZ-1607)

  • Erroneously reporting no tables captured (DBZ-1519)

  • Avoid Oracle connector attempting to analyze tables (DBZ-1569)

  • Toasted columns should contain null in before rather than __debezium_unavailable_value (DBZ-1570)

  • Support PostgreSQL 11+ TRUNCATE operations using pgoutput decoder (DBZ-1576)

  • PostgreSQL connector times out in schema discovery for databases with many tables (DBZ-1579)

  • Value of ts_ms is not correct duing snapshot processing (DBZ-1588)

  • Heartbeats are not generated for non-whitelisted tables (DBZ-1592)

It is my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.0.0.Beta2!

This new Debezium release includes several notable new features, enhancements, and fixes:

  • Support PostgreSQL LTREE columns with a logical data type (DBZ-1336)

  • Support for PostgreSQL 12 (DBZ-1542)

  • Validate configured PostgreSQL replication slot not contains no invalid characters (DBZ-1525)

  • Add MySQL DDL parser support for index creation VISIBLE and INVISIBLE keywords (DBZ-1534)

  • Add MySQL DDL parser support for granting SESSION_VARIABLES_ADMIN (DBZ-1535)

  • Fix MongoDB collection source struct field when collection name contains a dot (DBZ-1563)

  • Close idle transactions after performing a PostgreSQL snapshot (DBZ-1564)

As a follow up to the recent Building Audit Logs with Change Data Capture and Stream Processing blog post, we’d like to extend the example with admin features to make it possible to capture and fix any missing transactional data.

In the above mentioned blog post, there is a log enricher service used to combine data inserted or updated in the Vegetable database table with transaction context data such as

  • Transaction id

  • User name who performed the work

  • Use case that was behind the actual change e.g. "CREATE VEGETABLE"

This all works well as long as all the changes are done via the vegetable service. But is this always the case?

What about maintenance activities or migration scripts executed directly on the database level? There are still a lot of such activities going on, either on purpose or because that is our old habits we are trying to change…

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History is in the making as Debezium begins to sprint to its 1.0 milestone. It’s my pleasure to announce the release of Debezium 1.0.0.Beta1!

This new Debezium release includes several notable new features, enhancements, and fixes:

  • ExtractNewDocumentState and EventRouter SMTs propagate heartbeat & schema change messages (DBZ-1513)

  • Provides alternative mapping for INTERVAL columns via interval.handling.mode (DBZ-1498)

  • Ensure message keys have the right column order (DBZ-1507)

  • Warn of table locking problems in connector logs (DBZ-1280)

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