Mimer SQL Data Provider
Known Problems
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Known Problems in Mimer SQL Data Provider (11.0.3A):

  1. In all versions of .NET Framework, parsing System.Single and System.Double to string is not compliant with IEEE 754-2008 and the last decimal places might be incorrect. This impacts the conversion between different floating point data types, and between floating points and strings, in the Mimer Data Provider based on .NET Framework. This has been fixed in .NET Core, and .NET 5 and later.
  2. When connecting to a Mimer SQL server version 11.0 or later, passwords longer than 18 characters are not supported in the .NET Framework 2.0 provider. It is supported in all other providers.
  3. In the Linux .NET Core 3.1 provider, when using a culture that uses another negative sign than U+002D HYPHEN-MINUS (e.g. U+2212 MINUS SIGN used by the sv-SE culture) it is not possible to retrieve error messages for negative server error codes due to differences in the .NET globalization implementation for Windows and Linux. This is not an issue in the Linux providers for .NET 5 and later.
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