Insert Rows, Columns, and Data Transformations Before Other Nodes
Now rows, columns, and data transformations can be added anywhere within an existing data table structure.
New Salesforce Connector
Spotfire now has a new and improved Salesforce connector that supports federated authentication and doesn’t need an ODBC driver. It uses Salesforce bulk API for quick access to millions of Salesforce records and allows loading of more than 2000 rows from Salesforce reports.
Cascading Filters are Now Available for In-Database Tables
Spotfire now supports cascading filters also when working with external data in relational databases.
Automatic Coordinate Reference Systems from Shapefile
Spotfire now automatically sets coordinate reference systems by recognizing the projection formats (.prj file) associated with Shapefiles.
More Coordinate Reference Systems
More coordinate reference systems are now supported with greater details.
New Connector Query Log
Spotfire now has a query log dedicated to connectors available for administrators. The log file collects queries from Spotfire Analyst, Node Managers and Automation Services.
Aggregate Calculated Measures in Oracle Essbase
You can now create visualizations that aggregate calculated Oracle Essbase measures.
Load Spatial Objects with Connectors for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL
The connectors for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and PostgreSQL now support geographical data types allowing you to connect to and extract geographical row-level data into the in-memory data engine with just a few configuration steps.
The SAP HANA Connector Now Supports all Connection Settings
In addition to the new connection timeout setting for SAP HANA, any connection strung parameter can now be set from Spotfire, for example, the fetch size.
Microsoft Analysis Services Command Timeout Support
The maximum MDX query timeout limit can now be raised to allow for queries that take longer time.
Microsoft Analysis Services Username and Password Authentication Support
Username and password authentication is now supported for Microsoft Analysis Services.
Microsoft Azure Analysis Services Support
With the added support for username and password authentication you can now connect Spotfire directly to Microsoft Azure Analysis Services.
Amazon RDS SQL Server Support in Cloud Business Author
TIBCO Cloud Spotfire and the Spotfire on-premises platform can now connect to Amazon RDS SQL Server data using Microsoft SQL Sever connector. This means Spotfire analysis files stored in the Spotfire (Cloud) library can query Amazon RDS SQL Server directly from the web-based clients, Spotfire Business Author and Consumer.
API to Insert Data Operations
It is now possible to add data operations (AddRowsOperation, AddColumnsOperation or DataTransformationOperation) to any location within the data table structure (Source View).