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hale studio: Release 3.3.1 available now
01.09.2017 by Thorsten Reitz

It’s almost a tradition for us to release a new hale studio version for the INSPIRE conference, and 2017 is no exception! This year, we’ve created a maintenance release of hale studio. This version fixes several bugs and brings these enhancements:

  • Save transformation projects directly to hale connect
  • Partition GML output into multiple files
  • Support for PostgreSQL Materialized Views
  • Support for Double columns for the CSV reader
  • Improved handling for HTTP/HTTPS codelists and schemas

We’ve also fixed several bugs and added smaller improvements. The whole list is available in the changelog.

Get the latest version, and let us know what you think of it!


Save transformation projects directly to hale connect

hale studio extends its integration with the online collaboration platform by allowing to save projects directly to hale connect. This allows for a true online workflow where your changes to a project that was saved to or loaded from hale connect will be saved directly to the remote project without the need of another export. You can switch back to an offline workflow at any time by saving your project to a local file on your computer.

If you have a private cloud or on premise installation of hale connect or inspire gis, you can also log in to that by changing the application settings.


Partition GML output into multiple files

When exporting data as GML, the exported data can now be partitioned into multiple output files. The number of features per file can be configured during the export. This partitioning approach keeps features that reference each other together in one file, so it is not effective for some networks and hierarchies.


Support for PostgreSQL Materialized Views

The PostgreSQL schema import now supports loading materialized views alongside tables and regular views.

Thanks to the Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau for funding this work.