Release Date: September 20, 2019
For v2.1 and older, see doc-archive.tigergraph.com.
For the running log of bug fixes, see the Change Log.
MinAccum and MaxAccum now support STRING and TUPLE data types.
Added more STRING manipulation built-in token functions. See Token Functions for Attribute Expressions in the GSQL Language Reference, Part 1
Add DELETE TUPLE, to delete a user-defined tuple typ
MultiGraph independence: Each graph can name vertex types and edge types, independently of other graphs.
See the relevant sections of the GraphStudio UI Guide
Users can upload their own vertex icons.
More built-in vertex icons.
Allow use of user-defined token functions.
Persist the graph exploration result on the "Explore Graph" page.
Can save/load an exploration result.
Persist query result on “Write Query” page.
Can save/load a query result.
Add header option to limit the size of the output response.
Add built-in endpoints to REFRESH or DROP tokens
Add built-in endpoint to get query ID
Add built-in endpoint to abort query using queryID
Replace 6 shortest path query endpoints with 2 parameterized ones
Add GSQL server endpoint to get the graph schema.
Rename the System-Specific License Activation page to be Advanced License Issues
Add Limited Capacity mode: If the platform reaches a graph size or memory limit established by the license key or a configuration parameter, then the system will refuse to add new data. The graph may still be queried, and data may be deleted. See the Usage Limits Controlled by License Key section in the Advanced License Issues page.
Added support for GSQL interpreted mode, Spark, and Python.
GSQL: To select pattern matching support in a query, the punctuation around the version string has been dropped. The syntax is now
CREATE QUERY ... SYNTAX v2
CREATE QUERY ... SYNTAX("v2")