MySqlConnectionSkip parameter type and order matching for stored procedures

Server=myServerAddress;Database=myDataBase;Uid=myUsername;Pwd=myPassword;
UseProcedureBodies
=False;

The default behaviour is to read tables mysql.proc/INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES and try to map provided command parameter values to the called procedures parameters and type cast values accordingly.

This can be troublesome if permissions to the (aforementioned) sproc info tables are insufficient.

The driver will not automatically map the parameters so you must manually set parameter types and you must also make sure to add the parameters to the command object in the exact order as appeared in the procedure definition.

This option is available from Connector/NET version 5.0.4

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This connection string (Skip parameter type and order matching for stored procedures using MySqlConnection) can be used for connections to MySQL.

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