MariaDB Connector/J 2.1.1 Changelog
Release date: 6 Sep 2017
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #a2687da9 - [misc] add developers information's since needed for sonatype
- Revision #e01335be - [misc] update readme for version 2.1.1 release
- Revision #933e022d - bump 2.1.1 version
- Revision #9cf39061 - [misc] remove unused access of @@sql_mode during connection time
- Revision #bc0eb9e3 - [misc] avoid Unix domain socket multiple close
- Revision #861657c2 - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #c108a054 - [misc] improving option "enablePacketDebug"
- Revision #6ccaef96 - [misc] standardization of logger implementation using parameters
- Revision #4619f99d - [misc] add testing with MariaDB 10.3.x
- Revision #159cc9bd - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #f0bd9337 - [misc] correction of possible race condition when multi-threading on result-set with fetch size set
- Revision #abd80af6 - [CONJ-519] checkstyle correction
- Revision #60cf61d0 - [CONJ-519] Updatable result-set possible NPE when same field is repeated.
- Revision #4fbc42b6 - [CONJ-514] ResultSet method wasNull() always return true after a call on a "null-date" field binary protocol handling
- Revision #0932c58e - [CONJ-514] ResultSet method wasNull() always return true after a call on a "null-date" field ("0000-00-00 00:00:00" for timestamp, "0000-00-00" for date , ...)
- Revision #6aa4782a - [misc] correcting debug output when having offset
- Revision #83fdfc03 - [CONJ-517] report test for Result-set identification of OK_Packet with 0xFE header when using option useCompression
- Revision #d9fb5f07 - [misc] remove test that is effective 99% of the time (performance test) for better CI reliability
- Revision #41a29d66 - [misc] remove test that is effective 99% of the time (performance test) for better CI reliability
- Revision #a19f9403 - [CONJ-516] Permit using updatable result-set when fetching
- Revision #4e723df2 - [misc] add XA transaction test
- Revision #c3ab5e50 - [misc] add pipeline reading threads only if needed
- Revision #456e1cde - [misc] disable test with fractional time when using MySQL 5.5.x server
- Revision #ff91ae0b - [misc] java code cleaning
- Revision #fa18f052 - Catch Throwable instead of Exception to cover cases like UnsatisfiedLinkError thrown from JNA
- Revision #8fb92e3c - [CONJ-511] adding javadoc
- Revision #cabb9174 - [CONJ-511] Add trace logs on SSL hostname verification
- Revision #d4ae2a24 - [CONJ-511] Add legacy SSL certificate Hostname verification with CN even when SAN are set Improve error message
- Revision #533626df - [misc] correct network timeout
- Revision #e8db130f - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #562aeb25 - [misc] handling connection error when no database is provided
- Revision #39885f4d - [misc] set network socket timeout (SO_TIMEOUT) on socket creation, so SSL exchanges use default timeout
- Revision #d9c7bf94 - [misc] tag 2.1.1-SNAPSHOT internally
- Revision #b9098c03 - [misc] tag 2.1.1-SNAPSHOT
- Revision #ed95b47c - [misc] add trace to HostnameVerifier implementation
- Revision #9a68376c - [misc] improve error message on setting erroneous parameter
- Revision #5607a8e4 - [misc] delete inaccurate list of developers in pom
- Revision #95a2c127 - [misc] connection optimization (based on standard case)
- Revision #007a55cd - [misc] correct typo in error message when setting wrong parameter
- Revision #501b9129 - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #45be8ac9 - [misc] using dns mariadb.example.com for SSL tests for hostname verification
- Revision #a3c6b446 - [misc] travis hostname change for hostname verification
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