JTDS MSSQL DRIVER DOWNLOAD
I hope this clarifies some of the confusion emanating from the errors above. But if the stored procedure returns at least one ResultSet jTDS will only cache the update counts up to the first ResultSet and you will have to call getMoreResults to process all the results. That syntax worked when connecting to the server and instance using SSMS, but it didn’t work when connecting through the Java driver. Here are the results of the i-net test: This gives jTDS a 2x performance increase over the next fastest driver in some not so uncommon cases. In this case the driver will substitute the parameters locally and use a normal “execute procedure” SQL call; however, this mode of execution is less efficient than an RPC. Features such as generated keys retrieval, named stored procedure parameters, and save points are also implemented.
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SSL connectivity to SQL Server failed via JTDS drivers.
When calling a stored procedure that has output parameters, the driver has to call the procedure using a remote procedure call RPC. I am using the jTDS driver in a Java application. Did further research and tests. If that’s the case, replace jtds.
If you encountered an issue that you have tested and retested and you’re sure it’s a bug, use the Bugs link on top of the page. Email Required, but never shown. Here are the results of the i-net test: Can anyone please help me accomplish that? While you are using getConnection function -You can do that by adding name of your database in front of the server name in the connection string. The name of the jTDS jar file may be jtds If you experience this problem with versions 0.
If you are wanting to set the username and password in the connection string too instead of against a connection object separately:. Yes No It wasn’t accurate. These benchmarks are free to download so we encourage you to do it and run them yourself. This is caused by triggers; replication is also implemented through triggers, so you will encounter this issue on replicated databases too.
Escaping nssql in java didn’t work. I’m trying to do like this: Found out the correct connection URL string in this case is: Microsoft’s driver is actively maintained, where jTDS hasn’t been updated since and prior to the small round of updates done in it hadn’t been updated for multiple years.
Normally, with a JDBC driver, PreparedStatement s are precompiled on creation, which gives increased performance if they are used a sufficient number of times. I had a similar case where my DBA gave me a database on a server with the following connection: The “No suitable driver” exception is thrown by the DriverManager when none of the registered Driver implementations recognizes the supplied URL.
The client may be suspended if the system log fills so check that the log space is sufficient for the batch you are trying to load.