If your program is accessing a named instance not the default instance in the database DO NOT specify the port but you must specify the instance name. Can jTDS be used in a multi threaded application? So, for maximum compatibility, it is recommended that you use execute anytime you run queries returning more than one result even if the particular driver you are using allows you to do otherwise. Regarding your Connection refused error, double check that you’re running SQL Server on port , that the service is running and that you don’t have a firewall blocking incoming connections. These benchmarks are free to download so we encourage you to do it and run them yourself. As a sidenote, The Microsoft driver and probably the others, too “optimize” this behavior by skipping over the update count, which is wrong according to the JDBC spec.
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Please note that this flag only alters the behavior of executeUpdate ; execute will still return all update counts.
We will make the necessary changes. This is what worked for me when trying to configure it to use windows authentication: The new methods have been “implemented”, but their implementations are all throw jdbd AbstractMethodErrorwhich means they can’t actually be used. If you experience this problem with versions 0.
The “Connection refused” exception is thrown by jTDS when it is unable to connect to the server. The only part of jTDS we guarantee is thread safe is the Connection object, and multi threaded access to Statement s is discouraged except for issuing cancels. Have you got any figures to prove that?
Found out the correct connection URL string in this case is: There may be a number of reasons why this could happen:. Driver class, which means that jtds. I have been using something like jdbc: That syntax worked when connecting to the server and instance using SSMS, but it didn’t work when connecting through the Java driver.
jTDS JDBC Driver
You can control the real batch size using the batchSize parameter; setting it to a non-zero value will break up batches into smaller pieces on execution, hopefully avoiding the problem. What do I have to do? In these circumstances the driver raises an exception and execution fails. So, for maximum compatibility, it is recommended that you use execute anytime you run queries returning more than one result even if the particular driver you are using allows swrver to do otherwise.
I hope this clarifies some of the confusion emanating from the errors above. Check out the jTDS feature matrix for more details.
Is there any commercial technical support available for jTDS? Stored procedures should be invoked using the special JDBC call escape syntax.
Or even better, a benchmark I can run myself? I am using the jTDS driver in a Java application. Notice that I had to move the instance to a connection string parameter.
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.