Databend aimed to be an open source elastic and reliable cloud warehouse, it offers blazing fast query and combines elasticity, simplicity, low cost of the cloud, built to make the Data Cloud easy.
Below is a list of some major changes that we don't want you to miss.
- add stage to management by @BohuTANG. (#2984)
- support Copy command from stage location into table by @sundy-li. (#2878)
- support drop user by @SGZW. (#2913)
- support insert select query by @ygf11. (#2765)
- add digests functions:
sha256by @mshauneu (#2881)
- add math functions
- store Database.engine to metasrv by @Veeupup. (#2985)
- clickhouse-srv support tuple type by @zhyass. (#2940)
- ImmutableCatalog and MutableCatalog by @BohuTANG. (#2930)
- add parser on GRANT .. TO database.table by @flaneur2020. (#2901)
- asynchronous read partitions by @zhang2014. (#2524)
- bugfix show processlist by @flaneur2020. (#2988)
- check read_only when creating/dropping database by @Veeupup. (#2867)
- wrong query result when use alias by @miamia0. (#2891)
Let's learn a weekly tip from Databend.
What's scalar functions
Scalar functions (sometimes referred to as User-Defined Functions / UDFs) return a single value as a return value for each row, not as a result set, and can be used in most places within a query or SET statement, except for the FROM clause.
Want to learn how to add scalar functions to Databend? We have a document discussing this topic. learn more: how to write scalar functions.
Good First Issues
If you are interested in scalar functions that work with strings, you can check #3004. You can comment like:
/assignmein the subtask issue to make this subtask assigned to you.
You can check the changelogs of Databend nightly to learn about our latest developments.
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