Changes in MySQL Connector/ODBC 5.2.4 (5 February, 2013) This release fixes any bugs encountered since Connector/ODBC 5.2.3. Its main focus is on compatibility with the latest features of MySQL 5.6. Functionality Added or Changed * The new connection option can_handle_exp_pwd indicates that your application includes error-handling logic to deal with the error code for an expired password. See Connector/ODBC Connection Parameters (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.5/en/connector-odbc-configu ration-connection-parameters.html) for the details of this connection option and the associated SQL state and native error code. See ALTER USER Syntax (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/alter-user.html) for details about password expiration for MySQL server accounts. This new option is added to the Windows GUI, through a checkbox Can Handle Expired Password on the Connection tab of the Details dialog. * The following reserved words were added to the list returned by the SQLGetInfo() ODBC function, for compatibility with the latest MySQL 5.6 syntax: + GET + IO_AFTER_GTIDS + IO_BEFORE_GTIDS + MASTER_BIND + ONE_SHOT + PARTITION + SQL_AFTER_GTIDS + SQL_BEFORE_GTIDS Bugs Fixed * When a column with type TINYTEXT, TEXT, MEDIUMTEXT, or LONGTEXT was retrieved from a table with a binary collation, the text fields were converted to a hexadecimal representation, even though these values were not really BLOBs. The unnecessary conversion could expand the data, causing overflow problems when storing the result values. (Bug #11746572, Bug #27282)
|MySQL Connector/ODBC 5.2.4 has been released||2791||Kent Boortz||02/05/2013 07:45AM|
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