MySQL Connector/J 5.1.33

A powerful, native Java driver that converts JDBC calls into the network protocol used by the MySQL database
MySQL Connector/J was developed as a tool to help the developers working with Java in order to create applets and tools that interact with MySQL.

MySQL Connector/J provides a full-featured JDBC driver that comes with complete support for the MySQL capabilities.

On top of that, the driver comes with complete support for streaming result sets, enabling you to easily retrieve a great number of rows without the need for a large memory buffer.

MySQL Connector/J includes getGeneratedKeys, which allows its users to easily retrieve auto-increment fields in a way that's not database specific.

Installing the MySQL Connector/J driver is relatively easy, you just have to place the jar file on your classpath by specifying it with the “-cp” feature from the commandline.

MySQL Connector/J is developed using the Java programming language and can be run on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.

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What's New in This Release:
  • Bugs Fixed:
  • Many parameters specified with options when making an Ant build of Connector/J from source (for example, com.mysql.jdbc.testsuite.url.sha256default) were not set as system properties and thus were not available for use in the JUnit tests in the testsuite. With this fix, all com.mysql.jdbc.test.* and com.mysql.jdbc.testsuite.* parameters are forwarded to the JUnit tests. (Bug #19505524)
  • XA connections failed with a class cast exception for a load-balanced configuration with pinGlobalTxToPhysicalConnection=true. This was because some XA-related classes used com.mysql.jdbc.ConnectionImpl in method parameters during calls. This fix makes the classes use com.mysql.jdbc.Connection instead in those cases. (Bug #19450418, Bug #73594)
  • The 4-byte UTF8 (utfbmb4) character encoding could not be used with Connector/J when the server collation was set to anything other than the default value (utf8mb4_general_ci). This fix makes Connector/J detect and set the proper character mapping for any utfmb4 collation. (Bug #19479242, Bug #73663)
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