First GA release.
MySqlTokenizer failed to split fieldnames
from values if they were not separated by a space. This also
happened if the string contained certain characters. As a result
MySqlCommand.ExecuteNonQuery raised an index
out of range exception.
The resulting errors are illustrated by the following examples.
Note, the example statements do not have delimiting spaces
INSERT INTO anytable SET Text='test--test';
The tokenizer incorrectly interpreted the value as containing a comment.
UPDATE anytable SET Project='123-456',Text='Can you explain this ?',Duration=15 WHERE ID=4711;'
MySqlException was generated, as the
? in the value was interpreted by the
tokenizer as a parameter sign. The error message generated was:
Fatal error encountered during command execution. EXCEPTION: MySqlException - Parameter '?'' must be defined.
MySQL.Data was not displayed as a Reference
inside Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional.
When a new C# project was created in Microsoft Visual Studio
MySQL.Data was not
displayed when References, Add
Reference was selected.
Column types for
ISSchemaProvider did not match.
When the source code in
ISSchemaProvider.cs were compared it
was apparent that they were not using the same column types. The
base provider used SQL such as
the schema information tables. Column types used by the base
INT64 and the column types used by