MariaDB Connector/J 2.0.1 Changelog
Release date: 11 May 2017
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #d56ba5a - [misc] bump 2.0.1 version
- Revision #17db846 - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #8a31453 - [misc] changing default option value useServerPrepStmts to false (use text protocol by default)
- Revision #1b99cda - [misc] changing metadata to 4.2
- Revision #d9ef3d0 - [misc] temporary remove MARIADB_CLIENT_COM_IN_AUTH, waiting for server release
- Revision #8ff2a57 - [misc] javadoc correction
- Revision #cac0dbd - [CONJ-465] new option "enablePacketDebug" Driver will save the last 16 MySQL packet exchanges (limited to first 1000 bytes). Hexadecimal value of those packet will be added to stacktrace when an IOException occur. This options has no performance incidence (< 1 microseconds per query) but driver will then take 16kb more memory.
- Revision #dcb7fa4 - [misc] removing unused methods
- Revision #a5b8187 - [CONJ-464] Using of "slowQueryThresholdNanos" option with value > Integer.MAX_VALUE results in class cast exception
- Revision #05891d1 - [CONJ-452] correcting inline ssl server certificate parsing
- Revision #a13a050 - [misc] set socket timeout after connection
- Revision #503dd4f - [CONJ-461] LAST_INSERT_ID() validation check correction
- Revision #e012977 - [misc] autoIncrementIncrement value loaded when connecting, avoiding a query for first statement
- Revision #c25c3cf - update github tag for maven central
- Revision #04a2771 - [CONJ-461] queries with LAST_INSERT_ID() must not be rewritten
- Revision #5a80688 - [CONJ-460] Query that contain multiqueries with fetch and EOF deprecation failed
- Revision #ab90e3b - [misc] change version to 2.0.1
test improvements : Revision #59abff4, Revision #9accea6, Revision #1c27460, Revision #17db846, Revision #5e1293e, Revision #152eab5, Revision #13fc827, Revision #ef25102, Revision #76256dc, Revision #e895995, Revision #c976c38
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