MariaDB Connector/ODBC 2.0.16 Release Notes
The most recent stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/ODBC is:
MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.1.1
Release date: 8 Feb 2018
This is a Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/ODBC.
MariaDB Connector/ODBC 2.0.16 is built on top of MariaDB Connector/C v.2.3.5 and uses the binary prepared statement protocol.
- ODBC-134: Fetch would fail if an unbound column contained NULL and if for that column some arbitrary descriptor field was set by the application (but not length/indicator buffer pointers). The bug affected ADO, as that is something it can do with CursorLocation adUseClient in some cases.
- ODBC-119: The connector ordered SQLStatistics results using the wrong columns. This could cause MS Access to pick the wrong column as a unique index.
- ODBC-131: While linking a table, MS Access threw an error when it received an unexpected length for SQLSMALLINT and SQLINTEGER columns in a SQLColumns resultset.
- ODBC-126: Core dump when a procedure returned more than 1 result set
- ODBC-123: Crashes reading a MariaDB table with LibreOffice
- ODBC-120: Performance issue. Connector did redundant calls of mysql_stmt_data_seek
- ODBC-115: Wrong rc and sqlstate for numeric overflow (but not for fractional truncation). Now the connector returns 22003 and SQL_ERROR.
- ODBC-110: Crash in the case of columns unbinding after statement execution and before fetching data.
- ODBC-105: SQLColumns returns COLUMN_DEF enclosed by 2 single quotes
For a complete list of every change made in this release, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
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