MariaDB Connector/C++ for Win64 v1.0.1 throws exception

I am trying to connect to my MariaDB instance through C++ code. Here is the code which I got from here (obviously changed the ip and credentials) :

It throws the following exception at the "Establish Connection":

Exception thrown: read access violation. other.theString._Mypair._Myval2 was 0xFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEF.

// Includes
#include <iostream>
#include <mariadb/conncpp.hpp>

// Main Process
int main(int argc, char **argv)
      // Instantiate Driver
      sql::Driver* driver = sql::mariadb::get_driver_instance();

      // Configure Connection
      // The URL or TCP connection string format is
      // ``jdbc:mariadb://host:port/database``.
      sql::SQLString url("jdbc:mariadb://");

      // Use a properties map for the user name and password
      //The ``useTls`` option enables TLS
      //The ``tlsCA`` option specifies path to a PEM file that contains a X509 certificate for trusted Certificate Authorities (CAs).
      sql::Properties properties({
            {"user", "db_user"},
            {"password", "db_user_password"},
            {"useTls", "true"},
            {"tlsCA", "tls-ca-root.pem"}

      // Establish Connection
      // Use a smart pointer for extra safety
      std::unique_ptr<sql::Connection> conn(driver->connect(url, properties));

      // Use Connection
      // ...

      // Close Connection

   // Catch Exceptions
   catch (sql::SQLException& e)
      std::cerr << "Error Connecting to MariaDB Platform: "
         << e.what() << std::endl;

      // Exit (Failed)
      return 1;

   // Exit (Success)
   return 0;

Then I changed the url to this:

      sql::SQLString url("jdbc:mariadb://");

      sql::Properties properties({
            {"user", "db_user"},
            {"password", "db_user_password"},

This time I am getting a different exception.

Exception thrown at 0x00007FFF7683D55E (mariadbcpp.dll) in ms33.exe: 0xC0000005: Access violation reading location 0x0000000000000019.

Has anyone got this connector working? Any help is much appreciated.


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