Node-oracledb 6.2 for Oracle DB brings in improved SODA support and more…
Release announcement: A new release of node-oracledb, the Node.js and TypeScript module for accessing Oracle Database, is available from npm.
Top features: Improved Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) support, binaryDir attribute
Close on the heels of launching ‘Thin mode’ and advanced AQ features in node-oracledb 6.0 and 6.1, node-oracledb 6.2 brings in enhanced SODA support (for example, list indexes and add locks for SODA collection) and other new attributes like binaryDir to allow users to set the location of node-oracledb’s thick mode binaries. The new SODA capabilities will provide more control and visibility to our users than ever before, thanks to the latest SODA updates in Oracle Database 23c. We have also introduced new attributes and enhancements that will empower users to work seamlessly with node-oracledb modules and the latest features in Oracle Database 23c.
See the CHANGELOG for all the changes.
Installing or Upgrading node-oracledb
You can install or upgrade node-oracledb by updating your package.json requirements:
- Node-oracledb installation instructions are here.
- Node-oracledb documentation is here.
- Node-oracledb change log is here.
- Issues and questions about node-oracledb can be posted on GitHub or Slack (link to join Slack).
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Finally, contributions to node-oracledb are more than welcome, see CONTRIBUTING.