Azure Cosmos DB Java SDK for SQL API: Release notes and resources
The Azure Cosmos DB DocumentDB API or SQL (DocumentDB) API is now known as Azure Cosmos DB SQL API. You don't need to change anything to continue running your apps built with DocumentDB API. The functionality remains the same.
|API documentation||Java API reference documentation|
|Contribute to SDK||GitHub|
|Get started||Get started with the Java SDK|
|Web app tutorial||Web application development with Azure Cosmos DB|
|Minimum supported runtime||JDK 7|
- Improved Json Serialization performance.
- This SDK version requires the latest version of Azure Cosmos DB Emulator available for download from https://aka.ms/cosmosdb-emulator.
- Internal changes for Microsoft friends libraries.
- Fixed an issue in reading single partition key ranges.
- Fixed an issue in ResourceID parsing that affects database with short names.
- Fixed an issue cause by partition key encoding.
- Critical bug fixes to request processing during partition splits.
- Fixed an issue with the Strong and BoundedStaleness consistency levels.
- Added support for a new consistency level called ConsistentPrefix.
- Fixed a bug in reading collection in session mode.
- Enabled support for partitioned collection with as low as 2,500 RU/sec and scale in increments of 100 RU/sec.
- Fixed a bug in the native assembly which can cause NullRef exception in some queries.
- Fixed a bug in the query engine configuration that may cause exceptions for queries in Gateway mode.
- Fixed a few bugs in the session container that may cause an "Owner resource not found" exception for requests immediately after collection creation.
- Added support for aggregation queries (COUNT, MIN, MAX, SUM, and AVG). See Aggregation support.
- Added support for change feed.
- Added support for collection quota information through RequestOptions.setPopulateQuotaInfo.
- Added support for stored procedure script logging through RequestOptions.setScriptLoggingEnabled.
- Fixed a bug where query in DirectHttps mode may hang when encountering throttle failures.
- Fixed a bug in session consistency mode.
- Fixed a bug which may cause NullReferenceException in HttpContext when request rate is high.
- Improved performance of DirectHttps mode.
- Added simple client instance-based proxy support with ConnectionPolicy.setProxy() API.
- Added DocumentClient.close() API to properly shutdown DocumentClient instance.
- Improved query performance in direct connectivity mode by deriving the query plan from the native assembly instead of the Gateway.
- Set FAIL_ON_UNKNOWN_PROPERTIES = false so users don't need to define JsonIgnoreProperties in their POJO.
- Refactored logging to use SLF4J.
- Fixed a few other bugs in consistency reader.
- Fixed a bug in the connection management to prevent connection leaks in direct connectivity mode.
- Fixed a bug in the TOP query where it may throw NullReferenece exception.
- Improved performance by reducing the number of network call for the internal caches.
- Added status code, ActivityID and Request URI in DocumentClientException for better troubleshooting.
- Fixed an issue in the connection management for stability.
- Added support for BoundedStaleness consistency level.
- Added support for direct connectivity for CRUD operations for partitioned collections.
- Fixed a bug in querying a database with SQL.
- Fixed a bug in the session cache where session token may be set incorrectly.
- Added support for cross partition parallel queries.
- Added support for TOP/ORDER BY queries for partitioned collections.
- Added support for strong consistency.
- Added support for name based requests when using direct connectivity.
- Fixed to make ActivityId stay consistent across all request retries.
- Fixed a bug related to the session cache when recreating a collection with the same name.
- Added Polygon and LineString DataTypes while specifying collection indexing policy for geo-fencing spatial queries.
- Fixed issues with Java Doc for Java 1.8.
- Fixed a bug in PartitionKeyDefinitionMap to cache single partition collections and not make extra fetch partition key requests.
- Fixed a bug to not retry when an incorrect partition key value is provided.
- Added the support for multi-region database accounts.
- Added support for automatic retry on throttled requests with options to customize the max retry attempts and max retry wait time. See RetryOptions and ConnectionPolicy.getRetryOptions().
- Deprecated IPartitionResolver based custom partitioning code. Please use partitioned collections for higher storage and throughput.
- Added retry policy support for throttling.
- Added time to live (TTL) support for documents.
- Fixed a bug in HashPartitionResolver to generate hash values in little-endian to be consistent with other SDKs.
- Add Hash & Range partition resolvers to assist with sharding applications across multiple partitions.
- Implement Upsert. New upsertXXX methods added to support Upsert feature.
- Implement ID Based Routing. No public API changes, all changes internal.
- Release skipped to bring version number in alignment with other SDKs
- Supports GeoSpatial Index
- Validates id property for all resources. Ids for resources cannot contain ?, /, #, , characters or end with a space.
- Adds new header "index transformation progress" to ResourceResponse.
- Implements V2 indexing policy
- GA SDK
Release & Retirement Dates
Microsoft will provide notification at least 12 months in advance of retiring an SDK in order to smooth the transition to a newer/supported version.
New features and functionality and optimizations are only added to the current SDK, as such it is recommend that you always upgrade to the latest SDK version as early as possible.
Any request to Cosmos DB using a retired SDK will be rejected by the service.
All versions of the SQL SDK for Java prior to version 1.0.0 were retired on February 29, 2016.
|Version||Release Date||Retirement Date|
|1.15.0||Nov 14, 2017||---|
|1.14.0||Oct 28, 2017||---|
|1.13.0||August 25, 2017||---|
|1.12.0||July 11, 2017||---|
|1.11.0||May 10, 2017||---|
|1.10.0||March 11, 2017||---|
|1.9.6||February 21, 2017||---|
|1.9.5||January 31, 2017||---|
|1.9.4||November 24, 2016||---|
|1.9.3||October 30, 2016||---|
|1.9.2||October 28, 2016||---|
|1.9.1||October 26, 2016||---|
|1.9.0||October 03, 2016||---|
|1.8.1||June 30, 2016||---|
|1.8.0||June 14, 2016||---|
|1.7.1||April 30, 2016||---|
|1.7.0||April 27, 2016||---|
|1.6.0||March 29, 2016||---|
|1.5.1||December 31, 2015||---|
|1.5.0||December 04, 2015||---|
|1.4.0||October 05, 2015||---|
|1.3.0||October 05, 2015||---|
|1.2.0||August 05, 2015||---|
|1.1.0||July 09, 2015||---|
|1.0.1||May 12, 2015||---|
|1.0.0||April 07, 2015||---|
|0.9.5-prelease||Mar 09, 2015||February 29, 2016|
|0.9.4-prelease||February 17, 2015||February 29, 2016|
|0.9.3-prelease||January 13, 2015||February 29, 2016|
|0.9.2-prelease||December 19, 2014||February 29, 2016|
|0.9.1-prelease||December 19, 2014||February 29, 2016|
|0.9.0-prelease||December 10, 2014||February 29, 2016|
1. How will customers be notified of the retiring SDK?
Microsoft will provide 12 month advance notification to the end of support of the retiring SDK in order to facilitate a smooth transition to a supported SDK. Further, customers will be notified through various communication channels – Azure Management Portal, Developer Center, blog post, and direct communication to assigned service administrators.
2. Can customers author applications using a "to-be" retired Azure Cosmos DB SDK during the 12 month period?
Yes, customers will have full access to author, deploy and modify applications using the "to-be" retired Azure Cosmos DB SDK during the 12 month grace period. During the 12 month grace period, customers are advised to migrate to a newer supported version of Azure Cosmos DB SDK as appropriate.
3. Can customers author and modify applications using a retired Azure Cosmos DB SDK after the 12 month notification period?
After the 12 month notification period, the SDK will be retired. Any access to Azure Cosmos DB by an applications using a retired SDK will not be permitted by the Azure Cosmos DB platform. Further, Microsoft will not provide customer support on the retired SDK.
4. What happens to Customer’s running applications that are using unsupported Azure Cosmos DB SDK version?
Any attempts made to connect to the Azure Cosmos DB service with a retired SDK version will be rejected.
5. Will new features and functionality be applied to all non-retired SDKs?
New features and functionality will only be added to new versions. If you are using an old, non-retired, version of the SDK your requests to Azure Cosmos DB will still function as previous but you will not have access to any new capabilities.
6. What should I do if I cannot update my application before a cut-off date?
We recommend that you upgrade to the latest SDK as early as possible. Once an SDK has been tagged for retirement you will have 12 months to update your application. If, for whatever reason, you cannot complete your application update within this timeframe then please contact the Cosmos DB Team and request their assistance before the cutoff date.
To learn more about Cosmos DB, see Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB service page.