MariaDB Connector/J 1.5.4 Changelog
The most recent Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/J is:
MariaDB Connector/J 3.1.3
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Release date: 13 Oct 2016
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #51e2d27 : [CONJ-363] Connection.getClientInfo implementation correction to follow JDBC rules
- Revision #0271155 : Merge branch 'develop' of https://github.com/MariaDB/mariadb-connector-j into develop
- Revision #519efa9 : [misc] updating changelog
- Revision #dfdfa81 : [CONJ-361] PrepareStatement setString() with empty string correction.
- Revision #11f8caa : [CONJ-360] factory implementation to avoid JNA class loading for every connection
- Revision #77834cc : [CONJ-360] replacing ManagementFactory.getRuntimeMXBean() to identify PID to avoid connection hang depending on environment Session connection attributes "_thread" now use current java thread value, replacing server connection id.
- Revision #30fe8fa : [CONJ-359] add VIRTUAL GENERATED', 'STORED GENERATED' possible values in column information for mysql compatibility
- Revision #23dfff9 : [CONJ-359] test compatibility for mysql 5.7 that cannot have virtual column referring to auto_increment column
- Revision #e609b09 : [CONJ-359] test correction : metadata text octet size depend on charset
- Revision #df148b4 : [CONJ-359] Metadata getColumns(...) resultSet doesnt have "IS_GENERATEDCOLUMN" info
- Revision #faa9628 : [misc] documentation correction
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