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MySQL Connector/Net 6.1.2 GA has been released

MySQL Connector/Net 6.1.2, 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/6.1.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.)

This release introduces a couple of exciting new features.

Website Configuration Dialog -- This is a new wizard that is activated by clicking a button on the toolbar at the top of the solution explorer. It is meant to work in conjunction with the ASP.Net administration pages.  It makes it easier to activate and set …

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MySQL Webinars in the upcoming weeks...

After the slow down due to vacation and warm weather we are ready for a series of educative Italian webinars on MySQL. Here is the list:

Semptember 10@10am CET - "Top 5 Tuning tips for MySQL"
Are your applications slow during peak times? Is the database running slowly? Do you find difficult to pinpoint performance problems? Then this webinar is for you!I will cover the top 5 tips to speed up your MySQL databases from a developer as well as DBA point of view.

October 8@10am CET - "Introduction to MySQL for Windows"
Do you know that MySQL is used extensively on Windows? Would you like to learn the tools that we provide?
Join this webinar! We will discuss the advantages of using MySQL on the …

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MySql Connector/Net 6.1.1 beta has been released

MySQL Connector/Net 6.1.1, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver
for MySQL has been released. This is a beta release and is intended to
introduce you to the new features and enhancements we are planning. This
release should not be used in a production environment.

It is now available in source and binary form from
[http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/net/6.1.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.)

This release introduces a couple of exciting new features.

  • Website Configuration Dialog -- This is a new wizard that is activated
    by clicking a button on the toolbar at the top of the solution explorer.
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Advancing MySQL Open Development One Important Step Forward

Giuseppe Maxia writes about the availability of the active development/test ("pushbuild") MySQL binaries for users—on multiple platforms.

This is a wonderful step forward in bringing greater openness to current MySQL development and in bringing greater value to the MySQL user community!  

Advancing MySQL Open Development One Important Step Forward

Giuseppe Maxia writes about the availability of the active development/test ("pushbuild") MySQL binaries for users—on multiple platforms.

This is a wonderful step forward in bringing greater openness to current MySQL development and in bringing greater value to the MySQL user community!  

Advancing MySQL Open Development One Important Step Forward

Giuseppe Maxia writes about the availability of the active development/test ("pushbuild") MySQL binaries for users—on multiple platforms.

This is a wonderful step forward in bringing greater openness to current MySQL development and in bringing greater value to the MySQL user community!  

MySql Connector/Net source code has a new home!

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

Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL", 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 Survey, which closed in March 2009, shows that some 73% of MySQL OEM customers develop …

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ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL

Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL", 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 Survey, which closed in March 2009, shows that some 73% of MySQL OEM customers develop …

[Read more]
ADO.Net Entity Framework on MySQL

Reggie Burnett, the lead behind MySQL Connector/NET, will be presenting a MySQL webinar, "For ISVs: ADO.NET Entity Framework for MySQL", 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 Survey, which closed in March 2009, shows that some 73% of MySQL OEM customers develop …

[Read more]
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