The default install does not configure the SQL Browser service to start automatically so you must do it manually. The solution is to set the “TDS” property to “4. 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. Normally, with a JDBC driver, PreparedStatement s are precompiled on creation, which gives increased performance if they are used a sufficient number of times. If you need help with any other jTDS-related issue, search the Help forum first and if you still don’t find anything, post a question. Scenario i , while it does work, is not necessarily a good solution because it requires a lot of locking and waiting on the same network connection plus last but not least a lot of caching. You will have to use the instance property either append it to the URL or place it into the Properties you supply to getConnection instead of doing it the Microsoft way.
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Why do column names more than 30 characters long, get chopped off at 30 characters?
Zql suitable driver what’s wrong with my same code, no changes made If anybody know, how to solve this, kindly post me. SSO in the distribution package for information on how to install it. Where does one place an instance name in the connect string? In this case the driver will be able to use an RPC succesfully as all the parameters are represented by parameter markers?
You are required to use TDS 5. Then i has been connected with SQL Server This is common if say you are querying a stored procedure that creates a temp table, runs updates against it and then returns the table as a result set.
There may be a number of reasons why this could happen:. The default install does not configure the SQL Browser service to start automatically so you must do it manually.
Features such as generated keys retrieval, named stored procedure parameters, and save points are also implemented. 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. Class-Path May 16, 9: For the moment you can get technical support from individual developers of jTDS. 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.
This is caused by triggers; replication is also implemented through triggers, so you will encounter this issue on replicated databases too. Driver” or you mistyped the URL e. This parameter is lastUpdateCount and you can find out more about it here. For example, if you have a method that inserts a row into a table by creating a PreparedStatementusing it once and then closing it, your statement will be compiled only once for each Connectionno matter how many times you call that method.
Why do I get a java. A common solution rather than the inelegant execute and then cycling through multiple result sets, is to supress the update counts for statements you are uninterested in. Have something to contribute to this discussion? If you are getting this in an application, start your application with.
This is what happens with SQL Server-returned errors and warnings and is consistent with how other drivers handle exceptions. Would be nice if you tell us how you sorted, so people with similar problem can look at it.
Impossible to say which though but most likely your own. Memory Usage Memory usage keeps increasing when using generated PreparedStatements. If that’s the case, replace jtds. And then i has to delete the old Driver jar file in the specified classpath, and then put the Driver File freshly. When calling a stored procedure that has output parameters, the driver has to call the procedure com.interneycds.jdbc.tds.driver a remote procedure call RPC.
I didn’t find the answer to my problem in this FAQ.
For queries that return multiple results the JDBC spec requires execute to be used. You will have to use the instance property either append it to the URL or place it into the Properties you supply to getConnection instead of com.internetcds.jdbc.yds.driver it the Microsoft way.
If you’ll look at the query you are trying to execute, you’ll see that it serveer returns an update count first, followed by a ResultSet. 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. As a conclusion, when executing stored procedures that only return update counts output parameters will be available immediately, as jTDS will process and cache the whole response.