Thursday, September 20, 2007

MySQL Connector/Net 5.1.3 RC has been released

Hi,
MySQL Connector/Net 5.1.3 a new version of the all-managed .NET driver for MySQL has been released.

Connector/Net 5.1 represents a change in how we package our products. Until now, we've shipped our core provider and the Visual Studio integration bits as separate downloads. This has become a bit of a problem. Often we would fix a bug that involved changing code both in the VS package and in the core provider. This provided a versioning problem where users would need to upgrade both products to see the benefit of the bug fix. To solve this, we've decided to discontinue Tools for Visual Studio as a separate product and have, instead, integrated it into a new Connector/Net installer. We hope this provides a better "out of box" experience for our users.
All previous versions of Tools for Visual Studio should be uninstalled prior to installing this product.

Version 5.1.3 works with all versions of MySQL including MySQL-4.1,  MySQL-5.0, MySQL-5.1 beta or the MySQL-6.0 Falcon "Preview".  Please be aware that this version is beta quality software and should not be used in production environments.

It is now available in source and binary form from [http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/5.1.html] and mirror sites (note that not all mirror sites may be up to date at this point of time - if you can't find this version on some mirror, please try again later or choose another download site.)

For a full list of changes, see the full announcement with change log here.

14 comments:

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    Version 5.1.3 works with all versions of MySQL including MySQL-4.1,
    MySQL-5.0, MySQL-5.1 beta or the MySQL-6.0 Falcon "Preview". Please be
    aware that this version is beta quality software and should not be used
    in production environments.

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    NET driver for MySQL has been released. This release is an alpha and may contain ... MySQL Connector/Net 5.1.3 RC has been released · MySQL Connector/Net ...

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  3. Version 5.1.3 works with all versions of MySQL including MySQL-4.1,
    MySQL-5.0, MySQL-5.1 beta or the MySQL-6.0 Falcon "Preview". Please be
    aware that this version is beta quality software and should not be used
    in production environments.

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  4. Los Angeles immigration lawyerFebruary 17, 2009 at 5:38 AM

    Connector/Net 5.1 is the most exciting release of MySQL's fully managed ADO.Net provider to date. Some of the most user-requested features have been included. For example:

    1. Support for fully commented stored procedures.
    2. Support for Compact Framework 2.0.
    3. Support for ASP.Net 2.0 Membership and Role systems.

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  5. Connector/NET enables developers to easily create .NET applications that require secure, high-performance data connectivity with MySQL. It implements the required ADO.NET interfaces and integrates into ADO.NET aware tools. Developers can build applications using their choice of .NET languages. Connector/NET is a fully managed ADO.NET driver written in 100% pure C#.

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  6. Connector/Net 5.1 represents a change in how we package our products. Until now, we've shipped our core provider and the Visual Studio integration bits as separate downloads. This has become a bit of a problem. Often we would fix a bug that involved changing code both in the VS package and in the core provider. This provided a versioning problem where users would need to upgrade both products to see the benefit of the bug fix. To solve this, we've decided to discontinue Tools for Visual Studio as a separate product and have, instead, integrated it into a new Connector/Net installer. We hope this provides a better "out of box" experience for our users.

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  7. The Web Provider did not work at all on a remote host, and did not create a database when using autogenerateschema="true". (Bug#39072)
    The Connector/NET installer program ended prematurely without reporting the specific error. (Bug#39019)
    When called with an incorrect password the MembershipProvider.GetPassword() method threw a MySQLException instead of a MembershipPasswordException . (Bug#38939)
    Possible overflow in MySqlPacket.ReadLong(). (Bug#36997)
    The TokenizeSql method was adding query overhead and causing high CPU utilization for larger queries.

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  8. cheap car hire in MalagaFebruary 22, 2009 at 4:35 AM

    I've tried to install a newer version of the MySQL Connector .NET, namely 5.2.3 instead of the old 5.1.3 I had installed.
    When trying to install 5.2.3, I got this error message (Go to the link):

    <a href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_hDpJI-f_kBY/SPtC1I_L-1I/AAAAAAAAHbk/5QeQ-kD_ArY/s1600/Untitled.jpg">http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_hDpJI-f_kBY/SPtC1I_L-1I/AAAAAAAAHbk/5QeQ-kD_ArY/s1600/Untitled.jpg</a>

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  9. Teak Chaise LoungerFebruary 22, 2009 at 7:18 PM

    Connector/Net 5.1 represents a change in how we package our products. Until now, we've shipped our core provider and the Visual Studio integration bits as separate downloads. This has become a bit of a problem. Often we would fix a bug that involved changing code both in the VS package and in the core provider.

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    Connector/Net 5.1 represents a change in how we package our products. Until now, we've shipped our core provider and the Visual Studio integration bits as separate downloads. This has become a bit of a problem. Often we would fix a bug that involved changing code both in the VS package and in the core provider.

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  12. MySQL Connector/J is the official JDBC driver for MySQL. On this page are downloads of the current generally available (GA) release version.

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