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IsSecureConnection is not retained w/ Pooling #269

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iamcarbon opened this issue Jun 1, 2017 · 1 comment
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IsSecureConnection is not retained w/ Pooling #269

iamcarbon opened this issue Jun 1, 2017 · 1 comment
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iamcarbon commented Jun 1, 2017

When using the new mysql_clear_password functionality w/ pooling, the second request throws:

MySql.Data.MySqlClient.MySqlException : Authentication method 'mysql_clear_password' requires a secure connection.

Without digging deeper, it looks like we may be loosing the SSL mode when getting a connection back from the pool.

Everything works as expected on the first request and when pooling is explicitly disabled.

Here's the connection string:

Server=server;Port=3306;Database=database;User Id=testing;Password=""iamtoken"";SSL Mode=Required;AllowUserVariables=True
@bgrainger bgrainger added the bug label Jun 1, 2017
bgrainger added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 1, 2017
"Modifying" the ConnectionSettings object passed to this method (by
creating a clone with updated properties) didn't persist the changes
anywhere. Now, all state specific to this session is stored in its
fields, so a session retrieved from the pool has the right state.
bgrainger added a commit that referenced this issue Jun 1, 2017
"Modifying" the ConnectionSettings object passed to this method (by
creating a clone with updated properties) didn't persist the changes
anywhere. Now, all state specific to this session is stored in its
fields, so a session retrieved from the pool has the right state.
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bgrainger commented Jun 2, 2017

Fixed in 0.20.1.

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