Node.js Driver release notes for 2022¶
This article contains the release notes for the Node.js Driver, including the following when applicable:
Customer-facing bug fixes
Snowflake uses semantic versioning for Node.js Driver updates.
Version 1.6.17 (December 14, 2022)¶
Fixed an issue where supplying an incorrect password could cause an infinite loop when attempting to log into a connection pool.
arrayBindingThresholdconnection parameter for array binding, which directs the Node.js Driver to write an array to a file and upload it to the server when the number of binds exceeds the threshold.
Version 1.6.16 (November 18, 2022)¶
noProxyconfiguration parameter to support bypassing the proxy server when needed.
Updated the moment library to version 2.29.4.
Version 1.6.15 (October 28, 2022)¶
Removed the requirement to provide the original SQL query in addition to the requestId when resubmitting requests.
Updated mocha to version 10.1.0.
Version 1.6.13 (August 23, 2022)¶
Added the ability to resubmit SQL statements with a request ID.
Version 1.6.12 (June 25, 2022)¶
readme.mdfile to the npm project description.
Set the default timeout for HTTP requests to 360 seconds.
Fixed an issue regarding inaccurate encryption material IDs for numbers exceeding the maximum safe integer.
Version 1.6.10 (May 25, 2022)¶
Fixed an issue where the application configuration parameter was not being recognized.
Fixed an issue where the PUT command did not overwrite data when the OVERWRITE argument was set to TRUE.
Fixed an issue where the OKTA authenticator threw an error when the closing slash (“/”) was missing; now it authenticates whether or not the slash in provided.
Fixed an issue where the OKTA authenticator failed to authenticate accounts that included a region in the connection string.
Version 1.6.8 (Mar 17, 2022)¶
Updated “npm test” to run all unit tests.
Added a confirmation message when a connection is authenticated.
https-proxy-agentto latest version.