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MySql Connector/Net source code has a new home!
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I would like to proudly announce that we have migrated our Connector/Net source code repositories to LaunchPad (www.launchpad.net) and are using BZR for our source control.  We have taken our old public SVN repository (http://svn.mysql.com/svnpublic/connector-net/) offline. 

We will be using LaunchPad for source control and feature management.  This means we'll use blue prints and the series system.  We will continue to use our existing bugs database found at bugs.mysql.com and our existing forum found at forums.mysql.com.

You can find the new source repositories for Connector/Net at https://launchpad.net/connectornet.  If you have any questions about how this affects you, please don't hesitate to send me an email.

ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL
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Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL (http://mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-397.html" target="_blank)", tomorrow at 10 Pacific Time!

Among other topics, Reggie will discuss how to

  • Develop your application against SQL Server and then switch it to MySQL with zero code changes

  • Optimize your database schema without requiring any code changes in your application

  • Use LinQ syntax for type safety in your applications

(Interest in using MySQL on Windows is growing. The 2008 MySQL OEM Annual



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ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL
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Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL (http://mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-397.html" target="_blank)", tomorrow at 10 Pacific Time!

Among other topics, Reggie will discuss how to

  • Develop your application against SQL Server and then switch it to MySQL with zero code changes

  • Optimize your database schema without requiring any code changes in your application

  • Use LinQ syntax for type safety in your applications

(Interest in using MySQL on Windows is growing. The 2008 MySQL OEM Annual



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ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL
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Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL (http://mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-397.html" target="_blank)", tomorrow at 10 Pacific Time!

Among other topics, Reggie will discuss how to

  • Develop your application against SQL Server and then switch it to MySQL with zero code changes

  • Optimize your database schema without requiring any code changes in your application

  • Use LinQ syntax for type safety in your applications

(Interest in using MySQL on Windows is growing. The 2008 MySQL OEM Annual



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I’m Offering Pro-Bono Consulting
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I started my company about a year ago, but I’ve been doing consulting for a long time. In fact, my first job in the IT industry was working for a consulting firm. Before that, starting as far back as grade school, I was involved in a lot of volunteer civic and community service activities. I admire companies who get involved in their communities, or even outside of their communities, wherever help is needed.

As part of my business plan, I’ve put in place a policy of accepting one pro-bono consulting project per year. So far, I haven’t gotten any requests for free consulting work, so here’s my public shout out to let you know what types of services are available:

1. Speaking or Training. My specialties are things like advanced Linux administration and SQL, but I’m perfectly capable of delivering

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mysql connector/net 6.0.4 has been released
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MySQL Connector/Net 6.0.4, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver
for MySQL has been released.  This is the first post-GA release of the new
6.0 connector and includes several bug fixes from the initial GA release. 

This release is approved for use in all scenarios and officially
supports MySQL servers 4.1 and higher.   It is now available in source and binary form from
[http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/6.0.html] and mirror sites
(note that not all mirror sites may be up to date at this point of time
- if you can't find this version on some mirror, please try again later
or choose another download site.)

IMPORTANT
We have had some reports of installer problems with this package. We are working hard to find the problem. For








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SQL code for SQL and Relational Theory
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I am reading SQL and Relational Theory by C. J. Date. Baron Schwartz wrote a nice review for it. I am reading the online version, about half way through, so am not sure if it has an accompanying CD with source code. In any case, if you want to play with some SQL code listed in the book, here is the script to generate the tables and rows (or should I say relations at a certain point in time with tuples?)

CREATE TABLE S
   ( SNO    VARCHAR(5)   NOT NULL ,
     SNAME  VARCHAR(25)  NOT NULL ,
     STATUS INTEGER      NOT NULL ,
     CITY   VARCHAR(20)  NOT NULL ,
     UNIQUE ( SNO ) ) ;

 CREATE TABLE P
   ( PNO    VARCHAR(6)   NOT NULL ,
     PNAME  VARCHAR(25)  NOT NULL ,
     COLOR  CHAR(10)     NOT NULL ,
     WEIGHT NUMERIC(5,1) NOT NULL ,
     CITY
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Calling MySQL fans in the near west suburb of Chicago
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I’ve been to the Chicago MySQL meetups a few times at Uncommon Ground near Wriggly Field. Honestly I don’t think I gained much out of it. The few times I was there, the group was small, which is not necessarily bad. (In fact, a small group can even be a good thing.) But the thing got me was that there was too much talk, not enough action. I haven’t been to its meetings for a few years so I cannot comment on its state after I left.

When I think a user group, I think about fans getting together hacking stuff: demonstrating cool tips and techniques, dissecting a new technology such as MySQL proxy by a user who have done that and learned some hard lessons along the way with no marketing talk, discussing solutions to problems a user has, providing pointers and efficient scripts, etc. In such a setting, each member of the group takes turns

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Customizing db_STRESS
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One of our colleagues, Dimitri, at the Paris Sun solution center has developed a real neat and useful tool called dim_STAT. To make it short it's a tool for both high-level and detailed, monitoring and performance analysis of Solaris and Linux systems.

Data is collected and saved in a MySQL database, and it provides a very functional web base user interface. It allows real time or off line monitoring, multi-host etc.

Actually what is really interesting with dim_STAT is that, when I'm benchmarking or tryinng to find a performance bottleneck, I can collect all the data I need and come back later for analysis.

Recently, Dimitri has added a new tool db_STRESS, that allows us to put load on a database system and gives a high level metric (TPS: Transactions per seconds) and therefor allows us to compare how different systems

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Customizing db_STRESS
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One of our colleagues, Dimitri, at the Paris Sun solution center has developed a real neat and useful tool called dim_STAT. To make it short it's a tool for both high-level and detailed, monitoring and performance analysis of Solaris and Linux systems.

Data is collected and saved in a MySQL database, and it provides a very functional web base user interface. It allows real time or off line monitoring, multi-host etc.

Actually what is really interesting with dim_STAT is that, when I'm benchmarking or tryinng to find a performance bottleneck, I can collect all the data I need and come back later for analysis.

Recently, Dimitri has added a new tool db_STRESS, that allows us to put load on a database system and gives a high level metric (TPS: Transactions per seconds) and therefor allows us to compare how different systems

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