MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.4 Changelog

The most recent Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/J is:
MariaDB Connector/J 3.4.0

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Release date: 14 May 2018

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  • Revision #d6fedc51 - bump 2.2.4
  • Revision #c136fac1 - [CONJ-600] upgrade waffle-jna version to 1.9.0 for windows GSSAPI authentication to avoid guava vulnerability issue (Deserialization of Untrusted Data)
  • Revision #607ea3e0 - [test] aurora proxy cut max_allowed_packet without warning
  • Revision #55a45f1e - [TODO-1299] testing connector daily against last server build. Those tests permit to check early regression and might failed, so tagged as "Allowed Failures" on travis
  • Revision #db98bc55 - [test] improve test reliability when using maxscale
  • Revision #aaf270f9 - [test] avoid having 2 travis job testing the same AURORA instance, creating false errors
  • Revision #aa67c7ba - [CONJ-597] default collation if server doesn't use utf8-like collation will be automatically set to utf8mb4 (was utf8mb3)
  • Revision #8dfbde6a - debug trace when using option useCompression
  • Revision #b5dedf0d - [misc] tests : removing aurora failover using API to avoid test collision
  • Revision #79e431cd - [CONJ-580] add option "allowMasterDownConnection" description in documentation
  • Revision #7fb4cf00 - {misc] ensure better test stability for appveyor

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