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Release date: 2 Aug 2018

This is a Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.

MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.6 is built on top of MariaDB Connector/C v.3.0.6.

Bug Fixes

  • ODBC-159 - Creation of temporary tables with multiple statements in one query fails
  • ODBC-166 - Incorect Display Size for decimal column
  • ODBC-164 - Do not include C/C project in cmake, if directory is absent. Make cmake link against installed in the system libmariadb in such case
  • ODBC-161 - Trying to create a file dsn causes odbc administrator to crash
  • ODBC-162 - SQLNumResultCols returns zero for query with long data and CTE
  • ODBC-158 - When performing a query with an aggregate function such as Count or Sum from MSAccess, an error is returned
  • ODBC-160 - Connector did not return length of string returned for SQL_IDENTIFIER_QUOTE_CHAR info type.
  • ODBC-157 - Display size and Column length do not include fractional part for (date)time types
  • ODBC-154 - Linking error when building with dynamic C/C linking
  • ODBC-155 - SQLDescribeCol returns 0 for decimal digits for datetime types with microseconds
  • ODBC-149 - Connection Crashes with Timestamp INSERT INTO on parameter array operation
  • ODBC-151 - In SQLBindParameter BufferLength sets SQL_DESC_OCTET_LENGTH for fixed length types
  • ODBC-150 - DESC(RIBE) statement caused error with the connector
  • ODBC-148 - DATE and DATETIME values are NULL in Crystal Reports

Changelog

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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