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MariaDB and Stored Procedures: errata & repository
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In the article How MariaDB makes Stored Procedures usable I explained how to use the MariaDB CONNECT Storage Engine to workaround Stored Procedures limitations. Please read that article, if you didn’t, for details.

Since the technique to workaround such limitations is verbose and error-proof, I also proposed a procedure which makes it easy and convenient. Even thought this is a simple …

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How MariaDB makes Stored Procedures usable
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I already wrote how MariaDB makes the debug of stored procedures much easier via the SQL Error Log. But I recently found out that MariaDB provides a usable workaround for some big limitations of their procedural SQL.

First, SELECT is not the only SQL statement which returns a resultset. Other examples are DELETE RETURNING, CALL, SHOW, …

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Crunching XML files with MariaDB
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In January I wrote my first post about node.js and MariaDB . In February I continued with a second post about using jQuery and some GIS calculations. Now it is time for the third and this time the main focus is not so much on GIS functionality, but instead on the capabilities MariaDB has for handling piles of unstructured data. In this case I’ll be focusing on crunching a pile of XML files without importing the XML data itself.

MariaDB 10.0, which had its  …

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MySQL Connect @ OpenWorld Call for Proposals Open
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We announced yesterday that the call for proposals for MySQL Connect @ OpenWorld 2014 is now open!



Part of Oracle OpenWorld 2014, MySQL Connect @ OpenWorld will be held September 29 - October 2 in San Francisco.

We encourage MySQL customers, partners and community members to submit proposals to present best practices, case studies and insights you’ve gained working with MySQL. Proposals can be submitted for conference sessions, Birds-of-a-Feather sessions and …




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Update on the MySQL Connect 2014 Call for Papers
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In January we encouraged you to prepare for the MySQL Connect Call for Papers, indicating how.


While dates are still subject to change, we wanted to let you know that the CFP (for MySQL Connect and Oracle OpenWorld overall) will likely open around March 18th. Remember to prepare your submissions in advance in order to swiftly submit them during the 4 to 5 weeks that the CFP will remain open!

Prepare Now for the MySQL Connect 2014 Call for Papers
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As announced last month, MySQL Connect will this year be aligned with Oracle OpenWorld and run from Monday September 29 to Thursday October 2, 2014, in San Francisco.

The MySQL Connect and Oracle OpenWorld Calls for Papers will also open at the same time, and you will most likely be able to submit your sessions between March 4 and April 8 (dates subject to change).

While you will have 5 weeks or so to actually submit your talk proposals, you can already prepare your submissions NOW in order to be ready to submit then, and here is the key information you …

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MySQL Connect 2014, Save The Date!
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We're very pleased to announce that MySQL Connect will next year take place from Monday September 29 to Thursday October 2, 2014, in San Francisco. And there will be a welcome reception on Sunday September 28 evening.

During the past 2 years we’ve run MySQL Connect during the weekend prior to Oracle OpenWorld, and we repeatedly got feedback that avoiding the weekend would be better. Well, this is now done! MySQL Connect will be fully aligned with Oracle OpenWorld. This will also enable us to have more room to schedule sessions across the 4 days and to be better integrated within Oracle OpenWorld overall, which was also part of the feedback we’ve …


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MariaDB 10.0.5 storage engines – check the Linux packages
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Today before Ivan’s tutorial, he told me that in the 10.0.5 virtual machine images he created, he couldn’t find the Cassandra storage engine. I told him it had to be installed separately, and this is true – you have to install some engines separately!

When you do a yum install MariaDB-server MariaDB-client like the installation instructions tell you to do, you don’t get all storage engines (so running SHOW ENGINES might have you wondering what happened to a bunch of engines). This can easily be seen by doing a yum search MariaDB. …

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MySQL Connect Keynotes and News
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The second edition of MySQL Connect took place just a few days ago, Sept 21-23, and was a great event. Thank you very much to all participants including speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and attendees! We hope you had a fantastic time and learned a lot.

The keynotes are now available for you to watch on demand (both highlights and full length), including:

The State of the Dolphin
Edward Screven, Chief Corporate Architect, Oracle
Tomas Ulin, Vice …



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MySQL Connect in Only 4 Days! The BoFs
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Not registered yet for MySQL Connect? Time is running out, Register Now if you want to save US$300 over the onsite price.

We'll have 6 Birds-of-a-Feather sessions at the conference. They offer you the opportunity to engage in lively, passionate and insightful discussions, as well as to influence the MySQL roadmap.

They will take place on Saturday from 5.30pm to 6.30pm, you will therefore be able to continue some of the discussions during the following MySQL Connect …



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