Changes in MySQL Connector/CPP 1.1.2 (5 February, 2013) Bugs Fixed * Connector/C++ applications could not handle connecting to the server using an account for which the password had expired. Connector/C++ now supports three new connection options: + OPT_CAN_HANDLE_EXPIRED_PASSWORDS: If true, this indicates to the driver that the application can handle expired passwords. If the application specifies OPT_CAN_HANDLE_EXPIRED_PASSWORDS but the underlying libmysql library does not support it, the driver returns sql::mysql:deCLIENT_DOESNT_SUPPORT_FEATURE(820). + preInit: A string containing queries to run before driver initialization. + postInit: A string containing queries to run after driver initialization. A new file driver/mysql_error.h is being added to the MSI package. This file defines an enum DRIVER_ERROR, which contains the definition of deCL_CANT_HANDLE_EXP_PWD. In addition to the preceding changes, these problems with Statement::executeUpdate were fixed: + If Statement::executeUpdate executed multiple statements, the connection became unusable. + There was no exception if one of queries returned a resultset. Now executeUpdate returns and update count for the last executed query. For example code showing how to use the new options, see the file test/unit/bugs/bugs.cpp in the Connector/C++ distribution. (Bug #67325, Bug #15936764)
|MySQL Connector/C++ 1.1.2 has been released||1224||Kent Boortz||02/05/2013 07:38AM|
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