Connector/ODBC would incorrectly return
SQL_SUCCESSwhen checking for distributed transaction support. (Bug #32727)
When using unixODBC or directly linked applications where the thread level is set to less than 3 (within
odbcinst.ini), a thread synchronization issue would lead to an application crash. This was because
SQLFreeStmt()did not synchronize access to the list of statements associated with a connection. (Bug #32587)
Cleaning up environment handles in multithread environments could result in a five (or more) second delay. (Bug #32366)
Renaming an existing DSN entry would create a new entry with the new name without deleting the old entry. (Bug #31165)
Setting the default database using the
DefaultDatabaseproperty of an ADO
Connectionobject failed with the error
Provider does not support this property. The
SQLGetInfo()returned the wrong value for
SQL_DATABASE_NAMEwhen no database was selected. (Bug #3780)
The HP-UX 11.23 IA64 binary package does not include the GUI bits because of problems building Qt on that platform.
There is no binary package for OS X on 64-bit PowerPC because Apple does not currently provide a 64-bit PowerPC version of iODBC.
There are no installer packages for Microsoft Windows x64 Edition.