MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.6 Changelog
Release date: 2 Aug 2018
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #baf2287
2018-07-31 23:23:29 +0200
- Fix of memory leaks in the driver. Query structure delete routine was called in the wrong place for SQL_DROP, and thus wasn't invoked for single statement queries. Other leak would only occur in case of multistatement query preparing, and batches were not allowed for the connection. One more leak would occur if a batch of statements was optimized to be executed via text protocol. Also the fix of the memory leak in tests. Not really a problem, but created noise in valgrind output.
- Revision #91ea64d
2018-07-31 13:39:02 +0200
- Update of libmariabd module to v3.0.6
- Revision #d888051
2018-07-27 17:35:33 +0200
- ODBC-159 The fix and the testcase. In case if the query is a multistatement, connector splitted it into individual statements, prepare one by one, and then execute one by one. In case if one of statements depends on execution of one of previous statements, application can get error(think of tmp table creation with select from it) or incorrect results. We can't do anything in case of SQLPrepare + SQLExecute. The patch fixes that for SQLExecDirect. Now connector prepares and immediately executes each statement in the batch.
- Revision #8f14569
2018-07-24 18:22:34 +0200
- ODBC-166 Wrong display size for decimal fields.
- Revision #145f157
2018-07-23 15:17:00 +0200
- ODBC-164 Not including libmariadb into source package
- Revision #8912f9f
2018-07-19 12:49:41 +0200
- ODBC-161 FileDSN creation - fix and testcase
- Revision #f0cd063
2018-07-17 14:31:11 +0200
- ODBC-162 The fix and the testcase. Connector does some query parsing, in particular to know the type of the query. Mostly it is interested if query returns result. It didn't evaluate WITH correctly
- Revision #91f7d86
2018-07-13 01:02:18 +0200
- ODBC-158 The fix and the testcase. Those aggregate functions, that caused error, returned LONGLONG value, and Access was getting it as SQL_C_LONG. The problem was that connector returned length of the data as 8(field's size), and not 4(requested C-type size), as specs prescribe.
- Revision #fe2dc81
2018-07-11 17:05:28 +0200
- ODBC-160 The fix and the testcase. Connector did not return length of string returned for SQL_IDENTIFIER_QUOTE_CHAR info type.
- Revision #02b7565
2018-07-10 12:50:27 +0200
- Changed version to 3.0 in README files.
- Revision #c6085eb
2018-07-09 12:47:04 +0200
- ODBC-157 The fix and the testcase. Display and column length did notinclude fractional part for (date)time types. Also octet length for those types was length of they string representation, while specs say it should be size of corresponding ODBC data structs.
- Revision #6d526c1
2018-07-04 18:06:26 +0200
- ODBC-154 Fix of build with dynamic C/C linking
- Revision #da0c41c
2018-07-03 01:05:41 +0200
- ODBC-155 Scale(DecimalDigits) IRD field wasn't set for (date)time/timestamp fields with second fractional part. Thus SQLDescribeCol retulrned 0 in DegitalDigitsPtr
- Revision #1273ebd
2018-07-02 01:19:59 +0200
- ODBC-149 The fix and the testcase. Date(time) types had numerous issues with bulk operations. We provided array of buffers, and C/C expects array of pointers to buffers.
- Revision #468d5a3
2018-06-27 00:51:56 +0200
- ODBC-151 The fix and the testcase. For fixed length types SQL_DESC_OCTET_LENGTH initialized by type length, rather than by BufferLength parameter value.
- Revision #6afe9ee
2018-06-25 14:11:34 +0200
- ODBC-150 The fix and extended old testcase. DESC statement caused error with the connector.
- Revision #7a1a226
2018-06-18 14:36:35 +0200
- ODBC-148 the testcase and some amendments to the fix. Used OctetLengthPtr, since IndicatorPtr may be different from length ptr Version bump -> 3.0.6
- Revision #cd5c619
2018-06-14 21:33:01 -0400
- ODBC-148 The field length is not set for DATE, TIME, or DATETIME values assigned during SQLFetch calls. Without the length set, Crystal Reports interprets all DATE, TIME, and DATETIME values as NULL. Setting *ArdRecord->IndicatorPtr to the size of the appropriate data structure in MADB_CopyMadbTimestamp.