64-Bit Data Processing - trillium_discovery - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium DQ Release Notes

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Trillium > Trillium Quality
Trillium > Trillium Discovery
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Trillium Quality and Discovery
Trillium DQ Release Notes
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Release Notes > Fixed Issues
Release Notes > Known Issues
Release Notes > What's New
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This section includes information about how Trillium processes 64-bit data and guidelines for customers with existing versions of Trillium that support only 32-bit data processing:

  • All Trillium Quality projects in the Control Center are deployed to a 64-bit environment. There are no longer options to deploy to 32-bit and 64-bit.

  • Control Center remains a 32-bit application, but utilizes the 64-bit repository server processing capabilities.

  • If you have an existing 32-bit SDK client application developed with a pre-v15.8 Trillium version, re-compile it for 64-bit processing. For the 64-bit Director API, only C# and Java are supported. C / C++ are no longer supported.

  • ODBC Trillium-Supplied drivers are now 64-bit enabled. Use these drivers with the ODBC Trillium-Supplied data (loader) connections to connect to data sources in 64-bit enabled databases. The drivers are installed with the Trillium server software. If you have previously configured ODBC drivers in your environment, note the following:

    • On Linux, entries in .odbc.ini need to be updated with information about the specific database you want your data/loader connections to point to.
      Note: If you create a 64-bit DSN with the name of an existing 32-bit DSN, then you do not need to modify the name of that DSN in the .odbc.ini file.
    • If you use the ODBC Trillium-Supplied drivers with a database server client component, after installing Trillium v17, ensure you install the 32-bit or 64-bit version of the client component, depending on the driver.

    • Driver/connection support is no longer available for the following databases:
      • Btrieve, Pervasive SQL

      • dBASE, FoxPro, and Clipper

      • XML (tabular/hierarchical format)

  • Prior to v15.8, two instances of Apache Tomcat were needed when you used both 32-bit Trillium Director and 64-bit EDQ. Now one 64-bit instance of Apache Tomcat, installed with Trillium Quality 64-bit EDQ, is needed to support the 64-bit Trillium Quality core modules and web services for TSI and Trillium Director. Ensure all services that reference Tomcat point to the 64-bit Tomcat location: ...install_path/Software/apache-tomcat-9.0.37