MariaDB 10.3 released – features “System-versioned tables” aka “time traveling”

The most recent release of MariaDB 10.3 is:MariaDB 10.3.7 Stable (GA) Download Now

MariaDB 10.3 is the current major stable version. It will be supported until May 2023.
The following lists the major new features in MariaDB 10.3:
Implemented Features
Syntax / General Features
System-versioned tables (also known as AS OF) (MDEV-12894)
Table Value Constructors (MDEV-12172) — GSoC 2017 project by Galina Shalygina
Transform [NOT] IN predicate with long list of values INTO [NOT] IN subquery (MDEV-12176) — GSoC 2017 project by Galina Shalygina
ROW TYPE OF now supports local SP variables (MDEV-14139)
Aggregate stored functions (MDEV-7773) — GSoC 2016 project by Varun Gupta
Support for LIMIT clause in GROUP_CONCAT() (MDEV-11297)
PERCENTILE_CONT, PERCENTILE_DISC, and MEDIAN window functions (MDEV-12985)
FOR … END FOR statement (MDEV-14415)
XA RECOVER FORMAT=’SQL’ (MDEV-14593)
Oracle compatible SUBSTR() function (MDEV-14012) — contribution by Jérôme Brauge
INVISIBLE columns (MDEV-10177) — GSoC 2016 project by Sachin Setiya
Various scalability improvements (MDEV-14529, MDEV-14505)
Sequences can now be used with DEFAULT.
Semi-sync plugin merged into the server (MDEV-13073) —


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