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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: DBD::Sybase 1.06
Date: Aug 6 2005 5:40AM

I have just uploaded DBD::Sybase 1.06 to CPAN.

This is a bug fix release.

Known problems:

If you build DBD::Sybase with the Beta 15.0 OpenClient libraries then 4
tests in t/xblk.t will fail. I have not yet had time to investigate
fully.

Doing
	$sth = $dbh->prepare(...);
        $dbh->{AutoCommit} = 0;
fails because DBD::Sybase won't let you change AutoCommit on a DBH that
has active children.

>From the CHANGES file:

Release 1.06

	Fix off-by-one error for ISO date format.
	Clear error/warning when connecting to a Replication Server.
        Fix AutoCommit "off" behavior when CHAINED mode is turned off.
        Fix $dbh->begin_work() behavior.

        Note: This version fails 4 tests in t/xblk.t when building
        against the 15.0 Beta OCS libraries.
        
        Bug Fixes

	582 - ISO date formatting off by one for months.
	591 - NUM_OF_PARAMS isn't handled properly
        593 - Connection can become unusable due a bug in 
              get_server_version().
	597 - Prepared stored procs with placeholders return
	      corrupted recordset on second fetch.
        599 - The call to "prepare" also executes the statement.
        600 - $sth->finish sometimes fails to properly clean up the
              handle.

Michael

The uploaded file

    DBD-Sybase-1.06.tar.gz

has entered CPAN as

  file: $CPAN/authors/id/M/ME/MEWP/DBD-Sybase-1.06.tar.gz
  size: 188863 bytes
   md5: 8648a37840b362eb860146627e8aac45


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