MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.0 Release Notes

The most recent Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/J is:
MariaDB Connector/J 3.3.3

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Release date: 9 Nov 2017

MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.0 is a Stable (GA) release.

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  • [CONJ-522] Pool datasource implementation : MariaDB has now 2 different Datasources implementation. More information on pool datasource implementation.
  • [CONJ-530] Permit Connection.abort() forcing killing the connection even if connection is stuck in another thread (like reading big resultset)
  • [CONJ-531] permit cancelling streaming result-set using Statement.cancel.
  • [CONJ-495] Improve reading result-set data
  • [CONJ-510] Permit connection creation to allow execution of read-only statements on slaves when master is down

Bug Fixes

  • [CONJ-532] correction Statement.getMoreResults() for multi-queries
  • [CONJ-533] PrepareStatement.setTime() may insert incorrect time according to current timezone, time and option "useLegacyDatetimeCode"
  • [CONJ-535] correction on numerical getter for big BIT data type fields
  • [CONJ-541] Fix behavior of ResultSet#relative when crossing result set boundaries


  • [CONJ-469] Improve Blob/Clob implementation (avoiding array copy from result-set row)
  • [CONJ-539] better message when server close connection
  • [misc] resultset.findColumn method use column name if alias not found
  • [misc] default option "connectTimeout" value to 30 seconds (was 0 = no timeout)
  • [misc] ensure that enablePacketDebug option works when timer tick is big

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