MariaDB Connector/J 2.2.6 Changelog
Release date: 19 Jul 2018
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #1e2c912c - Bump 2.2.6 version
- Revision #b626e026 - [CONJ-384] add option "useAffectedRow" test and documentation
- Revision #91be0a9f - [misc] remove test not stable for aurora
- Revision #32fdd7f0 - [misc] change appveyor to last recent MariaDB released version
- Revision #a7e50a9b - [misc] add testing with java oraclejdk-ea allowed to fail, since not fully reliable
- Revision #e0e946e3 - [misc] travis test correction: work even if Travis secure environment variables are not accessible (in Pull request)
- Revision #ff9926c3 - [CONJ-624] MariaDbPoolDataSource possible NPE on configuration getter
- Revision #d4fcfbeb - CONJ-623 / Increase connection logging when Primary node connection fails
- Revision #803825eb - [CONJ-622] The option connectTimeout takes in account DriverManager getLoginTimeout() va
- Revision #78736434 - [CONJ-621] escaping when having curly bracket in table field name (backtick)
- Revision #db8da1f4 - [misc] better unexcepected character when malformed String (wrong surrogate)
- Revision #7db9cbb4 - [misc] testing correction when testSingleHost is false
- Revision #8a4877ed - [CONJ-618] Client prepared statement parsing double slash as comment error
- Revision #b24e66b0 - fixed formatting
- Revision #eac3d315 - Update MariaDbPoolDataSource.java
- Revision #e9e8acc4 - [CONJ-618] Client preparestatement parsing error on escaped ' / " in query (not parameters)
- Revision #f5587acc - [misc] removing one test for aurora
- Revision #80695d9b - [misc] add oracle java 10 and ea to travis
- Revision #caad0f16 - update README java 6-7 to last version 1.7.4
- Revision #bc8fe422 - change README to last version 2.2.5
- Revision #96c722e2 - [misc] documentation format correction
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