MapForce Server New Features Index

What’s new in MapForce® Server?

Learn about all the additional capabilities you’ll get by upgrading from an older version to MapForce® Server 2017 Release 3!

To see the list of features added since you last upgraded, please select your current MapForce Server version from this list.


MapForce® Server 2017 release 3 (April 4, 2017)
New MapForce Server Accelerator Edition optimized for high perfromance server platforms
Windows Server 2016 Support
OSX 10.12 (Sierra) Support
Support for MapForce 2017 Release 3 execution files

MapForce® Server 2017 (October 4, 2016)
Database table actions Update-If and Insert-Rest executed as a bulk SQL Merge
Enhanced database support – support for ADO.NET database drivers, native support for PostgreSQL, support for Progress OpenEdge, support for SQL Server 2016
Support for MapForce 2017 Execution Files

MapForce® Server 2016 Release 2 (February 16, 2016)
Support for REST Web services included in data mappings created with MapForce 2016r2
Significant speedup of EDI mapping execution
Support for pending server licenses to automatically transition to a new license when a current license expires

MapForce® Server 2016 (September 30, 2015)
Support for numerous databases updated to include newest versions: IBM DB2 10.5, SQL Server 2014, PostgreSQL 9.4, MySQL 5.6, and Oracle 12C
Support for Windows 10
Support for new Linux versions: Debian 8 & Ubuntu 15

MapForce® Server 2015 Release 4 (June 10, 2015)
Support for TRADACOMS EDI standards

MapForce® Server 2015 Release 3 (February 25, 2015)
Support for string processing as XML, JSON, EDI, CSV, and FLF
Support for Web Services Security (WS-Security)
Support for Excel 2013 Strict Open XML files
Support for SQLite 3.x databases
Support for additional new data mapping features included in MapForce 2015 Release 3

MapForce® Server 2015 (September 17, 2014)
New API for control of MapForce Server – Allows MapForce Server to be executed natively by programs written in C# and VB.NET in Windows, from other Windows apps via a COM interface, and from Java programs in Windows, Linux, and MacOS

MapForce® Server 2014 Release 2 (March 19, 2014)
Bulk insert for databases – Performance is much faster than the typical method of using individual insert statements for each row
Support for Mac OS X 10.9 – Adds to previous support for Mac OS

MapForce® Server 2014 (October 29, 2013)
Powered by RaptorXML – MapForce Server now supports execution of data mappings and instance documents based on XML Schema 1.1 as well as all other standards supported by RaptorXML

MapForce® Server 2013 Release 2 Service Pack 1 (June 12, 2013)
Mac OS support – MapForce Server 2013 is now available for the Mac OS platform

MapForce® Server 2013 (April 29, 2013)
Cross-platform support – MapForce Server 2013 is available in versions for Windows and Linux platforms