Release Notes for MariaDB Connector/C++ 1.1.2
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MariaDB Connector/C++ is the interface between C++ applications and MariaDB Server. MariaDB Connector/C++ enables development of C++ applications using a JDBC-based API, which is also used by MariaDB Connector/J. This is the first release candidate (RC) release of MariaDB Connector/C++ 1.1.
MariaDB Connector/C++ 1.1.2 was released on 2022-11-30. This release is of Release Candidate (RC) maturity, and should not be used with production workloads.
MariaDB Connector/C++ in its current implementation uses the MariaDB protocol via the MariaDB Connector/C API. Connector/C 3.3.0 is used in this release.
Added macOS PKG packages.
Added support of two optimized modes of
executeBatch/executeLargeBatchPreparedStatement methods execution (CONCPP-106):
When using the
rewriteBatchedStatementsconnection option, for
INSERTqueries the connector will construct a single query using batch parameter sets. For example:
INSERT INTO ab (i) VALUES (?) with first batch values = 1, second = 2
will be rewritten as:
INSERT INTO ab (i) VALUES (1), (2)
If the query cannot be rewritten in
rewriteBatchedStatementsconnection option will use
multi-queries. For example:
INSERT INTO ab(col1) VALUES (?) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE col2=? with values [1,2] and [2,3]
will be rewritten as:
INSERT INTO ab(col1) VALUES (1) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE col2=2;INSERT INTO TABLE(col1) VALUES (3) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE col2=4
rewriteBatchedStatementsconnection option is selected, the
useServerPrepStmtsoption is set to false.
useBulkStmtsoptions are selected,
useBulkStmtsconnection option uses the MariaDB bulk execution feature, so it requires MariaDB Server 10.2.7 or later.
useBulkStmtswill be used even if
useServerPrepStmtsis not set, in other words, if the default statement prepare method is client-side prepare.
rewriteBatchedStatementsoptions are selected,
Attempting connections from multiple threads causes the connector to crash. (CONCPP-105)
setDoubleonly processes the first 6 significant digits and zeros any additional digits. (CONCPP-96)
Result-set streaming is not supported in this release series, but setting
setFetchSizedoes not throw an exception and can cause the application to crash.
Starting with this release, setting
SQLFeatureNotImplementedExceptionat the attempt to set
fetch size >0(CONCPP-107)