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From Reizinger Zoltán <>
Subject Re: [EXT] MySQL SDBC Connector
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2012 09:03:56 GMT
Hi Jürgen, Ariel,
2012.09.07. 10:51 keltezéssel, Jürgen Schmidt írta:
> On 9/7/12 9:40 AM, Ariel Constenla-Haile wrote:
>> Hi Reizinger,
>> On Fri, Sep 07, 2012 at 08:20:43AM +0200, Reizinger Zoltán wrote:
>>>>> But it list all databases, not only my specified database name.
>>>>> I don't know whether it is a existing issue.
>>>> I couldn't find an issue number, but it's reproducible with Oracle's
>>>> build from
>>> I'm not find it, may be it is not there, but you can search for MySQL
>>> native driver development information and known bugs on wiki:
>> I had found this only one issue, it seemed too little ;)
>>>> It's strange that the extension is not listed on bugzilla when you
>>>> select Product: extensions. The extension is listed on MySQL site
>>>> so maybe bugs where
>>>> reported there... I'll have to investigate.
>>> Bugzilla you can search for mysql connector issues in "advanced
>>> search" select  database connection
>> database access was the field name.
>>> in product field, then you can
>>> select  "MySQL Connector/OOo"  in component field.
>> There are 31:
>> I will upload the source code in Apache Extras - or plain Google Code
>> (the extension cannot be built here at AOO because it must build and
>> ship the MySQL Connector/C and Connector/C++, both GPL); Google Code has
>> a bug report feature, so I may add the reproducible bugs there.
> I agree that makes probably most sense
>> I'm not sure what to do with those bugs in AOO bugzilla, because, in the
>> case that I'll fix some bugs (and I'm not sure about it, I do this in my
>> spare time, so I invest time in coding as far as "it's fun"), in that
>> case I don't plan to commit code in AOO source tree under
>> trunk/main/mysqlc: after IP clearance with revision 1201714 the code
>> only works with MySQL system libraries, so that it can be considered
>> dead code, and archived.
> we can keep the issues in bugzilla for reference at the moment but
> probably it make sense to mark them "won't be fixed" with an appropriate
> comment that the code is not maintained here at Apache and point to the
> new location. And of course close them.
I will do the bugs move to Google code work, when Ariel created the new 
place for it, and I will close bugs in bugzilla.

> Juergen

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