TOLERANT Match Release 11.3


Notices and Warnings

  • The runtime was upgraded to use the latest Java security patch (Java 8 Update 8u402+7) and the latest Jetty 9 server (version 9.4.54).
    In addition general security was improved and vulnerabilities were reduced via updates in the Java and C libraries.
  • The following features are deprecated and will be removed or replaced with the upcoming major release 12.0
    • Server- and requestlogging will be removed from the configuration and should now be configured in the webserver (product will be shipped with Nginx as default, internal reference TPR-12264).
    • Attribute titleId will be removed from element (internal reference TPR-11258).
    • Attributes user1a, user1a, and so on will be removed from element in the configuration (internal reference TPR-3424).
    • Usage of MongoDB as a database type will be discontinued.
    • Usage of H2 as a database type will be discontinued.

New Product Features


  • TPR-12425: The behavior when using ‚indexRef‘ and ‚indexFieldRef‘ in case of the TOLERANT Match batch ’self‘ method has been adjusted to return more logical structured results when compared to ‚reference‘ method. See manual for further details.


  • TPR-11720: New lightweight database type ROCKS is now available. It is recommended to use this db for index saving and paging in high load scenarios, where other file based dbs have their limitations. The database is designed to provide a balance between performance and simplicity. It is ideal for applications that require fast retrieval of data from large indices while minimizing overhead. Its limited functionality is intentional, allowing it to focus on its core strengths and deliver exceptional performance in specific use cases.ROCKS offers several key benefits:
    • High-performance index saving: ROCKS is optimized for storing and retrieving indices.
    • Effortless paging: ROCKS seamlessly handles paging, allowing applications to efficiently fetch data from large datasets.
    • Minimal overhead: ROCKS‘ lightweight design ensures minimal overhead, making it well-suited for resource-constrained environments.


  • TPR-12671: It is now possible to configure the software to limit file access to the predefined TOLERANT directories. This setting is activated per default.

Fixed Bugs

Known Bugs

  • Currently no known bugs.