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853. By Mark Matthews

Merged from 5.1

852. By Mark Matthews

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851. By Anthony Bedford <email address hidden>

Clarified purpose of nullCatalogMeansCurrent connection string option.

850. By Anthony Bedford <email address hidden>

Rewrote description for jdbcCompliantTruncation. See also bug #51423.

849. By Mark Matthews


848. By MC Brown <email address hidden>

Updating the descriptions for the following properties:


847. By Mark Matthews

- Fixed Bug#43759 - ResultSet.deleteRow() generates corrupt DELETE statement for primary keys with binary data.

846. By Mark Matthews

Fixed Bug#27431 - ResultSet.deleteRow() advances the cursor. The driver now places the cursor on the prior
      row in the result set, or before the start of the result set if the result set is empty after the deletion.

845. By Mark Matthews

Fixed Bug#44324 - Data truncation exceptions did not return the vendor error code from the server. Note that the vendor error code is not hard-coded to 1265 as in the bug report, because the server returns different error codes for different types of truncations, and we did not want to mask those.

844. By Mark Matthews

Fixed the ResultSet side of BUG#23584 - Calendar discared when retrieving dates from server-side prepared statements. The other cases of this bug were fixed when "useLegacyDatetimeCode=false" became the default.

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