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MySQL Embedded and Windows webinar coming up

One of the best kept secrets in the MySQL world are the terrific (and free) webinars that are available.  In fact we have just such a webinar coming up this Thursday.  This one is covers using MySQL embedded with Windows and is presented by Mike Frank.  You can find out more and register here

It’s free and I know you can spare an hour so what are you waiting for?

MySQL Embedded and Windows webinar coming up

One of the best kept secrets in the MySQL world are the terrific (and free) webinars that are available.  In fact we have just such a webinar coming up this Thursday.  This one is covers using MySQL embedded with Windows and is presented by Mike Frank.  You can find out more and register here.

It’s free and I know you can spare an hour so what are you waiting for?


Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 2

In our last installment we found our hero investigating the tracing changes found in Connector/Net 6.2.  This time we’ll take a closer look at the format of the trace data and how developers can use that information to write new and interesting trace listeners.

Understanding the plumbing

The first thing we need to understand is a little about how the trace messages are routed.  The main method we are interested in is TraceSource.TraceEvent.  Here is the signature.

public void TraceEvent(
    TraceEventType eventType,
    int id,
    string format,
    params Object[] args
)

All the other TraceSource methods like TraceInformation eventually boil down to a call to …

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Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 1

For years, Connector/Net has been a key part of any MySQL & .NET developer’s toolbox.  Tracing is also a key part of a developer’s life and Connector/Net has always output trace messages. 

This first post is a review of .NET tracing systems and how we changed our trace output.  The second post will cover how developers can use the new tracing format to develop new applications.

Tracing in .NET 1.x

.NET shipped with a very simple tracing system.  You have a static class named Trace that has static methods such as Write and WriteLine.  An application can use code like the following to output a message to the trace log. 

Now that we have output our message, how do we direct it somewhere?  You do that with listeners.  There are a few standard listeners included in the framework (ConsoleTraceListener, XmlTraceListener, EventLogTraceListener) but you …

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Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 2

In our last installment we found our hero investigating the tracing changes found in Connector/Net 6.2.  This time we’ll take a closer look at the format of the trace data and how developers can use that information to write new and interesting trace listeners.

Understanding the plumbing

The first thing we need to understand is a little about how the trace messages are routed.  The main method we are interested in is TraceSource.TraceEvent.  Here is the signature.

public void TraceEvent(
    TraceEventType eventType,
    int id,
    string format,
    params Object[] args
)

All the other TraceSource methods like TraceInformation eventually boil down to a call to …

[Read more]
Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 1

For years, Connector/Net has been a key part of any MySQL & .NET developer’s toolbox.  Tracing is also a key part of a developer’s life and Connector/Net has always output trace messages. 

This first post is a review of .NET tracing systems and how we changed our trace output.  The second post will cover how developers can use the new tracing format to develop new applications.

Tracing in .NET 1.x

.NET shipped with a very simple tracing system.  You have a static class named Trace that has static methods such as Write and WriteLine.  An application can use code like the following to output a message to the trace log. 

Now that we have output our message, how do we direct it somewhere?  You do that with listeners.  There are a few standard listeners included in the framework (ConsoleTraceListener, XmlTraceListener, EventLogTraceListener) but you …

[Read more]
Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 2

In our last installment we found our hero investigating the tracing changes found in Connector/Net 6.2.  This time we’ll take a closer look at the format of the trace data and how developers can use that information to write new and interesting trace listeners.

Understanding the plumbing

The first thing we need to understand is a little about how the trace messages are routed.  The main method we are interested in is TraceSource.TraceEvent.  Here is the signature.

public void TraceEvent(
    TraceEventType eventType,
    int id,
    string format,
    params Object[] args)

All the other TraceSource methods like TraceInformation eventually boil down to a call to …

[Read more]
Tracing changes in MySQL Connector/Net 6.2 – Part 1

For years, Connector/Net has been a key part of any MySQL & .NET developer’s toolbox.  Tracing is also a key part of a developer’s life and Connector/Net has always output trace messages.

This first post is a review of .NET tracing systems and how we changed our trace output.  The second post will cover how developers can use the new tracing format to develop new applications.

Tracing in .NET 1.x

.NET shipped with a very simple tracing system.  You have a static class named Trace that has static methods such as Write and WriteLine.  An application can use code like the following to output a message to the trace log.

Now that we have output our message, how do we direct it somewhere?  You do that with listeners.  There are a few standard listeners included in the framework (ConsoleTraceListener, XmlTraceListener, EventLogTraceListener) but you are free to …

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VMware,”Hey what ya’ building over there?”

Today I caught a tweet from Kara Swisher referencing some exclusive news she posted on Boomtown about VMware’s upcoming deal to buy Zimbra from Yahoo! This is would be VMware’s second acquisition of an open source ISV in under a year. In August 2009 VMware …

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MySQL Connector/Net 6.2.2 GA has been released

MySQL Connector/Net 6.2.2, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver for MySQL has been released.This is our latest GA release and is suitable for use in all scenarios against servers ranging from version 4.1 to 5.4!

It is now available in source and binary form from [http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/6.2.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.)

The new features or changes in this release are:

  • Connection pool cleanup timer.  We now utilize a timer that cleans idle connections that are no longer connected every 3 minutes
  • We are now using stream and TCP-based timeouts to handle command timeouts.  This is more inline with what …
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