fighting for truth, justice, and a kick-butt lotus notes experience.

HCL Traveler v11.0.2 released including MySQL support for Traveler HA Pools

Detlev Poettgen  November 18 2020 12:46:44 PM
Traveler 11.0.2 with Build Level Build 202010261910_30 includes fixes for the Traveler server and two new features.

The big news: Traveler 11.0.2 will support MySQL for building Traveler HA Pools (Cluster) as one more option besides IBM DB2 or Microsoft SQL Server.

New Features:

Support for MySQL
Traveler 11.0.2 supports MySQL database for Traveler High Availability mode. MySQL versions 8.0.20 and higher of MySQL Community, Standard, and Enterprise editions are supported.  Traveler servers configured to use MySQL must be running Domino 11.0.0 or higher.

Support of Room Reservations with EAS 16.x Apple Calendar

Traveler 11.0.2 supports updating Room reservations for meetings modified from the Apple calendar.
The Apple device must be using the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync 16.0 or later protocol (EAS 16.x).
Rescheduling or cancelling a meeting from the device will now reschedule or cancel a related room reservation in the Domino Rooms and Resources Database.
See 'Apple Limitations and restrictions' for support limitations

Updated APNS Certificates
Traveler 11.0.2 includes updated APNS Certificates that replace the certificates shipped with Traveler 11.0.1.  These new certificates expire November 7, 2021.

Database Schema
Traveler 11.0.2 does not include a database schema update, but a new Database Index:

This index was added to prevent duplicate entries in the ts_field_name table.
On the first Traveler startup on 11.0.2 a table repair action will be run to fix and remove duplicate entries if they exist and then add the index. 
However, if you manage your schema manually, you will need to do the following process to add the index:

        1        Run the VerifyIndexes.sql script
        2        If the index IDX_TS_FIELD_NAME_FN fails to be applied because of UNIQUE constraint errors, start traveler to have the table repair action run.
        3        Stop Domino and run the VerifyIndexes.sql again

Included Fixes

Server may exhaust Java memory in environments starved of memory

Apple native Mail app unable to send mails if the user does not have an internet address

HCL Traveler server might end abnormally with Out Of Memory conditions ghosting unprocessed many multi-instance meeting notices for a repeating meeting

Attachments missing when syncing MIME email that is not multipart

Error at writing MIME stream, Output Buffer Overflow when NTS_MIME_STREAM_FROM_DEVICE=true