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jTDS

jTDS is a JDBC 3.0 type 4 driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It features high performance, stability, and a complete JDBC 3.0 implementation.

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  •  08 Nov 2005 13:38

    Release Notes: This is a major bugfix release. A few new features were added, such as improved exceptions and support for Sybase ASE 15 and MS SQL Server 2005.

    •  16 Jun 2005 13:39

      Release Notes: Notable new features include greatly improved statement caching, configurable metadata caching, optimistic/pessimistic locking support, and fast forward-only cursors.

      •  15 Apr 2005 17:02

        Release Notes: This release greatly improves stability.

        •  15 Feb 2005 13:42

          Release Notes: This is a minor release, containing a single bug fix over 1.0.1. Because of a regression, the jTDS 1.0.1 DataSource implementation failed to work with JNDI. If you encountered this problem, you should upgrade to 1.0.2.

          •  09 Feb 2005 16:19

            Release Notes: This is a minor release, containing fixes to all the bugs reported against release 1.0.

            Recent comments

            15 Sep 2005 09:16 hefty

            jTDS running as a connection to MS SQL 7.0 through SAP-XI
            Hi,

            have anyone of you ever used jTDS as a bridge from SAP-XI 3.0 to an MS SQL 7.0 database?

            Any comments on this?

            regards

            hefty

            09 Dec 2004 10:39 kreiger

            Re: Original BSD license?


            >

            > Thanks for not

            > losing interest completely.

            >

            No, thank you for this great driver. Am using it in imCMS 2.0 which is due for release in a couple of weeks. Gave us a nice speed boost over the Microsoft driver, and being LGPL means we can ship it with imCMS!

            Thank you very much!

            09 Dec 2004 00:34 SAfe

            Re: Original BSD license?
            Kreiger,


            After just 9 months from when this thread started I can proudly declare the BSD license is gone. :o)


            Sorry it took so long, but now all that's left is a mention of the original developer and license. Thanks for not losing interest completely.


            Alin.

            21 Oct 2004 07:42 kreiger

            Re: Original BSD license?


            >

            > % Will you update your license page

            > % now?

            >

            >

            > It's already updated. We chose to leave

            > the original license there as a "thank

            > you" for the original developer, but as

            > explained in the page, it's just that.

            > You don't have to comply with it or

            > anything.

            >

            > Alin.

            Ah, i understand now.

            However, that's not very clear.

            If i were curious about the jTDS license, i'd click on "License", move my eyes to what looks like a license, and say "Non-revised BSD-like license. Too bad, can't use it."

            Please don't take this as criticism, it's just how i see the page.

            Thanks for great work on this driver. I'll be using it in the next version of my project.

            01 Oct 2004 15:54 SAfe

            Re: Original BSD license?


            > Will you update your license page

            > now?

            It's already updated. We chose to leave the original license there as a "thank you" for the original developer, but as explained in the page, it's just that. You don't have to comply with it or anything.

            Alin.

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