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History of changes for OraDump Export API

v5.1 03/04/2019
	- support for BINARY_FLOAT, BINARY_DOUBLE types
	- convert NUMBER(*,0) into BIGINT

v4.5 10/13/2017 - Oracle 12c data pump signature has been added in validation algorithm

v4.3 08/16/2017 - dump file context serialization - improved support for TIMESTAMP(6) - misc bugfixes (skip service fields, shifted columns)

v4.1 04/04/2016 - support for SQLT_NCO type - improved support for large BLOB/CLOBs - fix for Oracle exp dumps v8.0.4 - improved support for decimal values

v3.5 05/10/2014 - support for encrypted Oracle EXPDP dump files - performance of the conversion process has been increased - improved support for SDO_GEOMETRY type

v3.3 10/07/2013 - support for Oracle 12c format - improved handling of large BLOBs

v3.1 03/18/2013 - bugfix: improved processing CLOBs in expdp format

v2.5 08/27/2012 - new installer with digital signature - bugfix: reading through 0x?FFFFFFF position - bugfix: reading data splitted into several partitions

v2.3 01/30/2012 - bugfix: correct support of FLOAT(126) type - bugfix: correct processing of LONGs splitted in several chunks - bugfix: correct processing for shifted fields (in INSERT query)

v2.1 11/24/2011 - API interface has been extended with the following methods: set_mode, get_mode (get/set how to process existing destination) set_logfile (write execution traces into a log file) set_tabfile (load list of tables to convert) - improved error handling algorithm

v1.5 09/27/2011 - processing multi-file dumps produced by "expdp" - algorithm of fast appeding data to MySQL database - bugfix: correct processing large BLOBs

v1.3 04/28/2011 - API interface has been extended with the following methods: add_table_to_convert (add individual table to convert) get_tables_count (get total number of tables) get_table_name_by_index (get table name by its ordinal position) is_dump_file_valid (check if the opened dump is valid)

v1.1 10/16/2010 - improved support for "expdp" format - minor bugfixes

v1.0 09/13/2010 - initial version