MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.3 Changelog
Release date: 9 Mar 2018
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #0387d67c - bump 2.2.3 version
- Revision #da0da674 - [misc] checkstyle review correction
- Revision #b3a368d0 - [CONJ-586] test correction
- Revision #6bd14426 - [CONJ-534] Connection.isValid() must be routed to Master and Slave connections to avoid any server timeout
- Revision #aa2bf8b6 - [CONJ-586] erronous transaction state when first command result as error
- Revision #37222ea6 - [CONJ-583] when using option 'allowMasterDownConnection', changing read-only status can expect master connection to be down
- Revision #1f1f6d16 - [CONJ-583] not throwing connection exception if master if down and allowMasterDownConnection is set
- Revision #daaf8a10 - [misc] using maxscale 2.2.2
- Revision #0989045a - [CONJ-583] ensuring that socket exception throw an issue for internal connection query
- Revision #d4b668bc - [CONJ-583] ensuring test reliability
- Revision #86020a2f - [CONJ-583] Additional to ensure connection state when using intermediate proxy. If a failover occurs during this internal queries, and there is some intermediate proxy that doesn't do is the job, even writing to socket doesn't permit to ensure socket
- gitrevj: state, leaving the driver hanging indefinitely. Socket timeout is set for internal connection queries
- Revision #ae52eee6 - [CONJ-583] correcting possible hang when a failover occur during establishment of connection in a master/slave configuration
- Revision #2c260c5e - [misc] change badge labels
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