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From:Dan Rossi Date:March 9 2006 7:14am
Subject:Re: bytefx native provider for .NET and mysql5
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Looks like it got implemented into an official provoider, does this 
mean I dont need MyODBC ?

On 09/03/2006, at 3:34 PM, Dan Rossi wrote:

> Hi there, ive been tyring to find a native provider for .NET , as I 
> had followed the .NET example via an article on the mysql site which 
> uses the ODBC connector, however it states on the mysql .NET info page 
> that ODBC is slower than a native provider. My issue is the bytefx 
> provider has an old client, possibly for Mysql 4.0 so it cant 
> authenticate properly. Im running Mysql5 , is there a version of this 
> that is compatible with Mysql5 ? let me know thanks.
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bytefx native provider for .NET and mysql5Dan Rossi9 Mar
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