Release Notes: The Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge has added further platform support and increased functionality within the demo applications
Release Notes: Several minor bugfixes were made. The limits for batch execution and for bound parameters were removed. Additional support for Coldfusion MX was added. ODBC 3 timestamp is now supported. Concurrent database connection limits were removed.
Release Notes: Modifications were made to the installation routines to simplify the install procedure. Changes were made to the browser administration to correct broken links.
Release Notes: A problem with Access ODBC driver and UNICODE was fixed. A missing DLL that prevented the Windows uninstall from working was fixed. A problem with web pages and direct (file:) access was fixed.
Release Notes: This is a performance and reliability release. It is now certified by Sun for use with J2EE applications. A security vulnerability has been addressed. There are additional features to ensure compatibility with Bea WebLogic, Oracle AS Server, Sun One Studio, IBM WebSphere, ColdFusion MX, and Borland Enterprise Server.
Release Notes: Many minor features were added and bugs were fixed. The program is now certified by Sun for use with J2EE applications, and is compatible with application servers including Bea WebLogic, Oracle AS Server, Sun One Studio, IBM WebSphere, ColdFusion MX, and Borland Enterprise Server.
Release Notes: Web Administrator was upgraded. A Security feature was added to allow/deny access to the JOB server from/to specified IP addresses. The documentation was improved. A socket timeout problem associated with long running queries has been resolved. New distributions are available for Solaris Intel, SCO server, AIX, and Unixware.
Release Notes: A new form of JDBC URL is supported. If the host is not specified, then it defaults to the machine from which the driver classes have been loaded. The driver has been tested and documented extensively to work with JBuilder and Forte.
Release Notes: New features include alpha support for JDBC 2, core methods for Scrollable Result Sets, programmatic inserts, deletes, and internationalized Unicode characters.
Release Notes: Significant performance improvements (5-40%). Out of sequence, and repeated calls to ResultSet.getXXX methods now work in Smart Block Fetch Mode (default) even if the underlying ODBC data source does not support it. Retries were introduced for socket connections from the client. Numerous bugfixes.