All users should have received an email regarding the availability of 2.2.b4.
This release aligns the dimension surrogate key default value across platforms.
In earlier versions, some databases implemented the default row as ID=0, some as ID=1. The migration process took care of differences, but it was still confusing for some users.
Now, all default rows carry ID=1.
We’ve also rolled in a couple of patches around SQL Server data sources. In particular, you no longer need to specify an extract folder if you’re using the direct load (default) option.
We expect that this will be the second last beta, and we’ll move to a full release next week.
Let us know if you didn’t receive the upgrade email, and we’ll respond with the download location.