MySQL Connector/Net 6.8.3 / 6.9.0 alpha

A fully-managed ADO.NET driver for MySQL
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 written in 100% pure C# code.

MySQL Connector/C++ is licensed under the GPL with a commercial license upon request.

Main features:

  • Features provided by MySQL Server up to and including MySQL Server version 5.5.
  • Large-packet support for sending and receiving rows and BLOBs up to 2 gigabytes in size.
  • Protocol compression which enables compressing the data stream between the client and server.
  • Support for connecting using TCP/IP sockets, named pipes, or shared memory on Windows.
  • Support for connecting using TCP/IP sockets or Unix sockets on Unix.
  • Support for the Open Source Mono framework developed by Novell.
  • Fully managed, does not utilize the MySQL client library.

last updated on:
May 3rd, 2014, 20:56 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
dev.mysql.com
license type:

GPL: GNU General Public License

developed by:
Sun Microsystems (Oracle Corporation)
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ Database Tools
MySQL Connector/Net
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What's New in version 6.8.3
  • Bugs Fixed:
  • The RenameColumn operation in an Entity Framework migration threw an “Unknown column 'no' in the 'field list'” error when Update-Database was applied.
  • A MySQL-session-state-enabled web application threw exceptions for referencing the wrong table name my_aspnet_Sessions (instead of the correct name my_aspnet_sessions). This was due to the incorrect case handling of the SQL queries for MySqlSessionStateStore.
  • An error occurred when MySqlProviderFactoryResolver was used with .NET Framework 4.0 and Entity Framework 6.
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