The Eclipse Ditto teams is proud to announce the availability of Eclipse Ditto 3.2.0.

Version 3.2.0 brings a new History API, Eclipse Hono connection type, case-insensitive searches and other smaller improvements, e.g. on the Ditto UI and in the JS client.


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The main improvements and additions of Ditto 3.2.0 are:

  • New History API in order to be able to:
    • access historical state of things/policies/connections (with either given revision number or timestamp)
    • stream persisted events of things/policies via async APIs (WebSocket, Connections) and things also via existing SSE (Server-Sent-Events) API
    • configure deletion retention of events in the database for each entity
  • Addition of new Eclipse Hono connection type for Ditto managed connections
  • Option to do case-insensitive searches and addition of a new RQL operator to declare case-insensitive like: ilike
  • UI enhancements:
    • Push notifications on the Ditto UI using SSE (Server-Sent-Events), e.g. on thing updates
    • Autocomplete functionality for the search slot
    • Added configuring Bearer auth type for the “devops” authentication
  • JavaScript client:
    • Support for “merge” / “patch” functionality in the JS client

The following non-functional enhancements are also included:

None in this release.

The following notable fixes are included:

  • Undo creating implicitly created policy as part of thing creation if creation of thing failed

Please have a look at the 3.2.0 release notes for a more detailed information on the release.


The new Java artifacts have been published at the Eclipse Maven repository as well as Maven central.

The Ditto JavaScript client release was published on

The Docker images have been pushed to Docker Hub:


The Eclipse Ditto team