MariaDB Connector/J 2.6.1 Release Notes
Release date: 23 Jun 2020
MariaDB Connector/J 2.6.1 is a Stable (GA) release.
For an overview of MariaDB Connector/J see the About MariaDB Connector/J page
- CONJ-781 - DatabaseMetaData.supportsMultipleResultSets() now return correctly true.
- CONJ-791 - Using CallableStatement.getTimestamp() can't get data correctly
- CONJ-705 - ParameterMetadata now return parameterCount() even if no information
- CONJ-775 - avoid a NPE for malformed "jdbc:mariadb:/" connection string.
- CONJ-776 - Temporal Data Tables are not listed in metadata
- CONJ-785 - corrected escape sequence for multiple backslash escape
- CONJ-786 - Connection.setReadOnly(true ) with option `assureReadOnly` now force read only connection even for mono server*
- CONJ-795 - permit resultset.getRow() for TYPE_FORWARD_ONLY when streaming
- CONJ-797 - Connector set UTF8mb4 equivalent in case of server configured with UTF8mb3 collation
- CONJ-800 - implement Statement setEscapeProcessing to avoid escape
- CONJ-801 - possible race condition using resultset getter using label
- CONJ-778 - Missing import org.osgi.service.jdbc in Import-Package clause of the OSGi manifest
- CONJ-779 - Logic error in stop() method of OSGi bundle activator
- CONJ-780 - Logic error in implementation of OSGi DataSourceFactory (MariaDbDataSourceFactory)
- CONJ-788 - resultset metadata always indicate that column is writable even if not
- CONJ-789 - ensure connection reference removal on (prepared)Statement close
- CONJ-782 - SkySQL testing
For a complete list of changes made in MariaDB Connector/J 2.6.1, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
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