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From:Balasubramanian Kandasamy Date:September 6 2016 3:06pm
Subject:MySQL Shell 1.0.5 m3 Development Release has been released
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Dear MySQL users,

MySQL Shell 1.0.5 M3 is the third development release of the
MySQL for MySQL Shell 1.0 series.

The MySQL Shell is an interactive JavaScript and Python command-line
interface, supporting development and administration for the MySQL
Server. The MySQL Shell enables developers to use a new Create Read
Update Delete (CRUD) API. MySQL Shell is a component of the MySQL

This is a Developer Release, so we are looking forward to getting your
feedback on the MySQL Shell as well as the new API and all the other new

The MySQL Shell provides

      * Both Interactive and Batch operations

      * JavaScript, Python, and SQL language modes

      * Document and Relational Models

      * CRUD Document and Relational API via scripting

      * Output results in Traditional Table, JSON, and Tab Separated formats

      * Global and Stored Sessions

      * And much more

To download the MySQL Shell

To learn more about MySQL Shell, a component of the MySQL Server, see

To learn more about using MySQL as a document store, see

For MySQL Shell Tutorials
JavaScript -
Python -

User documentation for the new X DevAPI

For more information about how the X DevAPI is implemented in MySQL Shell,
and its usage, see

Changes in MySQL Shell 1.0.5 (2016-09-06, Milestone 3)

    Bugs Fixed

* If the connection to a MySQL Server was interrupted, issuing \status 
failed unless followed by a ;. (Bug #81278, Bug #23213616) * Columns 
specified as TIME were being displayed by MySQL Shell as BOOLEAN. (Bug 
#81260, Bug #23210710) * Attempting to access a Session object that no 
longer existed could cause MySQL Shell to halt unexpectedly. In such a 
situation now an error message is displayed. * Previously JavaScript 
modules were imported as follows: var mysqlx=require('mysqlx').mysqlx; 
var mysql=require('mysql').mysql; As part of improvements to the way 
modules are added to MySQL Shell, modules are now imported as follows: 
var mysqlx=require('mysqlx'); var mysql=require('mysql');

On behalf of the MySQL Release Team
Balasubramanian Kandasamy

MySQL Shell 1.0.5 m3 Development Release has been releasedBalasubramanian Kandasamy6 Sep