MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.7 Release Notes
Release date: 14 Nov 2018
This is a Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.
MariaDB Connector/ODBC 3.0.7 is built on top of MariaDB Connector/C v.3.0.7.
- ODBC-43 - If string parameter bound as date/time sql type, overflow errors are not detected
- ODBC-198 - Incorrect second fraction number if string field is fetched into TIMESTAMP struct
- ODBC-199 - If time parameter is bound as timestamp, date fields should be set to current date values
- ODBC-194 - SQLGetData does not return SQL_NULL_DATA for datetime types in some cases
- ODBC-197 - If Time value is fetched as Timestamp, the fraction part should be 0
- ODBC-192 - ODBC 3.0.6 VBA Error on Query
- ODBC-188 - Adding Windows ODBC DSN from command line via odbcconf.exe fails
- ODBC-190 - Remove C/C auth plugins from packages
- ODBC-70 - Last part - caring of 0-date passed in the string
- ODBC-152 - Problem with SQLColumns / SQLFetch
- ODBC-186 - Several problems with SQLColumns and SQLProcedureColumns
- ODBC-169 - Empty results or error if executing mutliple selects in a batch
- ODBC-183 - Connector reports incorrect number of affected rows for statements in batch
- ODBC-182 - Wrong data inserted into TIME field if bound as TIMESTAMP, and date fields contain data
- ODBC-181 - Insert query error decimal + longtext
- ODBC-178 - Performance Drop on Long Queries
- ODBC-177 - Deadlock error not reported correctly back to client application when using Connector/ODBC
- ODBC-171 - Adding BUILD.md file with build instructions
For a complete list of every change made in this release, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
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