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  2. 2020 - August
  3. 2020 - July
  4. 2020 - April
  5. 2020 - February
  6. 2020 - January
  7. 2019 - November
  8. 2019 - September
  9. 2019 - August
  10. 2019 - July
  11. 2019 - June
  12. 2019 - May
  13. 2019 - April
  14. 2019 - March
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Connector Release Notes

Connector Release Notes

MySQL Connector Known Limitations

MySQL Connector Known Limitations

The following table describes known limitations:
CR
Description
ICS-9017
When you read data from or write data to MySQL and the source or target contains an unsigned integer or an unsigned bigint datatype, the task fails.
ICS-8307
When you run a mapping task to create a target, the target is successfully created at run time. If you drop the created target table and run the task again, the task fails.
IF-18528
When you enable SSL and do not specify the client certificate key store and client certificate password in the MySQL connection, and run a data replication or mapping task with the create target option, the task fails.
CCON-3733
When you run a synchronization task to write data to a MySQL target, the Secure Agent writes one record to the target even if the primary key column of the target is not connected to any source port.
CCON-3732
If a MySQL target contains columns of the Bit data type, the Secure Agent writes data incorrectly.
  • If the Secure Agent is installed on Windows, it always writes the values as 0 even if the source data has values as 1.
  • If the Secure Agent is installed on Linux, it always writes the values as 1 even if the source data has values 0.


Updated August 02, 2020