MariaDB Connector/J 1.5.2 Changelog
Release date: 1 Sep 2016
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #79a21e5 - Release version 1.5.2
- Revision #4c5a143 - [misc] checktyle correction
- Revision #9752c36 - [misc] correcting PREPARE cache test when not using useServerPrepStmts option
- Revision #d406ff4 - [misc] missing commit file
- Revision #5c3a310 - [misc] correction UTF-8 conversion last character + calendar default instance when using text protocol
- Revision #a9c7b52 - [misc] remove logs from tests + test correction when activate logs
- Revision #d63d931 - [misc] log error if enable
- Revision #d370cac - [CONJ-293] permit pipe without hostname (url string like "jdbc:mariadb:/db?pipe=namepipe") as documented
- Revision #18fac06 - [CONJ-299] PreparedStatement.setObject(Type.BIT, "1") should register as true
- Revision #ff7b1db - [CONJ-335] regression : Pool connection may fail to connect with good user
- Revision #65c815c - [misc] correcting sqlstate test result
- Revision #c756d68 - [misc] correction using "call" PrepareStatement queries when using useServerPrepStmts to false
- Revision #22e488b - [misc] travis environment variable correction
- Revision #789d559 - [CONJ-332] enabledSslCipherSuites setting to permit new ciphers
- Revision #881fa44 - [misc] correction to permit running Aurora CI second correction
- Revision #2d50b01 - [misc] correction to permit running Aurora CI
- Revision #9fe880c - [CONJ-333] ResultSet.getString() on a time column return NULL when value=00:00:00 when option useServerPrepStmts is set to true
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