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MySQL Connector/C++ 1.0.3 (Alpha) - Download Now!
Posted by: Edwin DeSouza
Date: March 03, 2009 11:15AM

MySQL Connector/C++ 1.0.3 (Alpha) - Download Now!

A new version of MySQL Connector/C++ has been made available: MySQL
Connector/C++ 1.0.3alpha. The MySQL Connector/C++ provides a C++ API for
connecting client applications to the MySQL Server. You can download the
alpha release at:

The 1.0.3alpha is a bug fix release. Please see the documentation and
the CHANGES file in the source distribution for a detailed description
of bugs that have been fixed. The following methods have been implemented:

- Implemented Connection::setSessionVariable().
- Added properties-enabled (map of key->value) methods for connecting,
which add many connect options.
- Implemented ConnectionMetaData::getProcedureColumns().
- Implemented DatabaseMetaData::getColumnPrivileges().
- Implemented DatabaseMetaData::getImportedKeys().
- Implemented DatabaseMetaData::getExportedKeys().
- Implemented DatabaseMetaData::getCrossReference().
- Introduced Driver::getPatchVersion().
- Implemented ResultSet::getBlob() which returns std::stream
- Re-added getTypeInfo()
- Improved constructed resultset: O(1) access method instead
- Introduced ResultSet::getUInt() and ResultSet::getUInt64(),
renamed ResultSet::getLong() to ResultSet::getInt64()

You can find further details, including usage examples, on the projects
MySQL Forge wiki page at:

A first documentation draft is available at:

Please note, the MySQL Connector/C++ is released as an alpha version. We
do not recommend using the driver in production environments or systems
with critical data. Please note, official support is not available for
the alpha version of Connector/C++.

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