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January 19, 2005
Because some potential corruption problems have shown up with pre-existing databases on the AMD64 Linux installations of Firebird 1.5.2, the kits have been recalled to the pre-release area for further testing.
January 02, 2005
Release notes:
(Please read the Changelog for details)

Bug fixes
  • Design Time support:
    • Fixed DTE creation when there are more than one Visual Studio instance.
    • Fixed problems when trying to add more than one FbDataAdapter at design time using the Wizard.
  • General:
    • Fixed globalization issues.
    • Fixed bug on StatementBase.Release method.
    • Fixed .NET Encoding class usage.
    • Fixed incorrect chck in the FbCommandBuilder class.
    • Fixed FbDataReader.GetString calls when the field has BIGINT data type.
Initial support for Guid data type (Mapped to a CHAR(16) CHARACTER OCTETS field in firebird)

Added initial DDL autocommit support to the FbbatchExecution class.
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