First Release Candidate (RC) release.
In Visual Studio Table Designer, when editing a foreign key relationship, choosing a column name on the left side made that column name unavailable on the right side. (Bug #13615258)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, an error could occur if you added and deleted column information for foreign keys in a particular sequence. (Bug #13610235)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, deleting a foreign key relationship in the Relationship dialog required clicking twice. (Bug #13610283)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, modifying the Columns field in the Indexes/Keys dialog multiple times could cause an error. (Bug #13613765)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, it was possible to save a new foreign key relationship without filling in the fields of the Foreign Key Relationship dialog. (Bug #13613839)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, changing the length of a
VARCHAR field could cause an error.
MySqlCommand.CommandText was equal to
MySqlCommand.ExecuteReader() would throw the
(Bug #13624659, Bug #64092)
When using connection pooling, the connections in the pool were
not automatically closed upon application exit. With the setting
log-warnings=2, you could encounter
Aborted connection errors in the MySQL error
log. The workaround was to explicitly call
upon exiting the application.
(Bug #13629471, Bug #63942)
The MySQL script generated by using the function
CreateDatabaseScript used names with
incorrect singular/plural forms.
(Bug #13582837, Bug #62150)
In Visual Studio Table Designer, the Add -> Function Import... dialog could close prematurely when you pressed the Get Column Information button. (Bug #13511736)
Creating a trigger on a table using the Server Explorer tree could produce an error message:
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
When designating a primary key for a table in Table Designer, the key icon could fail to appear until the Table Designer was restarted. (Bug #13481246)