Sunday, April 24, 2011

Drizzle JDBC 1.1 - SSL support and multi queries

Just pushed up Drizzle JDBC 1.1 with 2 quite big new features:
  • SSL support - add ?useSSL=true in the connection string (and do the usual ssl-in-java magic to make it work. Check the MySQL documentation for more information, it is set up exactly the same way here)
  • Multi queries - add ?allowMultiQueries=true to your connection string to be able to send several queries in one round trip to the server.
Note that these features are only supported when using the driver against a MySQL server - Drizzle does not have these features (yet).

Download it from the central maven repo (should be synced within an hour or so)

3 comments:

Robert Hodges said...

Hi Marcus! Cool feature additions. We have done some work at Continuent to support MySQL 5.5. I will ask Stephane to post patches if he has not done so already.

Anonymous said...

I'm getting "Could not connect: Admin access not allowed from this username/IP address" when trying to connect, can somebody please point me to what I'm missing, much obliged.

Phil.

Anonymous said...

Solved, problem was jar (postgresql) caching in Eclipse. Connecting fine now.

Phil.