This value will change when: In general if you use a database connection over a long time you should check it before you use it. You selected a large count of data row count or field size and you use a forward only, read only ResultSet without a cursor. That way all given information is centralized. This protocol equals inetdae7 except string parameter of PreparedStatements.
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If you enable iner logging with: Syntax error converting datetime from character string. The timestamp column in the SQL server is not a column that contains a time or date. You can make the following test: This doesn’t work for execute or executeUpdate.
Timestamp from a timestamp column?
SQL Server is very slow with this protocol approx times slower than inetdae7. The problem is a function of: I am not clear why the exception occurs even though connection opened and closed properly.
This protocol equals inetdae7 except string parameter of PreparedStatements.
The read lock ends if the ResultSet scrolls to the next fetch block setFetchSize. In general if you use a database connection over a long time you should check it before you use it. This can occur when you restart or reboot the SQL server.
A bug in some JDK 1. Deadlocks can occur if you do not commit a transaction. It seems that the index for yds numeric column won’t used with SP4.
That means rds a temporary table that was created with a PreparedStatement is only valid within the PreparedStatement with that it was created. If you want to be compatible with SQL Server 6.
Post as a guest Name. If you use the unicode data types nVarchar, nChar or nText you do not need to do anything.
The best solution for the JDBC 1. The SQL server and the webserver must be the same. The SQL Server 6. The default query timeout is that value of the driver login timeout that was valid at this time at the connection was created.
This is very fast for small ResultSets. This is the major running time. This protocol might be a little slower than inetdea7 if the SQL Server has no index problems. Since our drivers are known to be among the very fastest they fds be more vulnerable to the deadlock problem.
It needs to be an existing character converter of your JVM. Every character has 2 bytes.
If you use the single byte data types varchar, char or text there are problems. You generated a statement with the property ResultSet.
For more informations see the readMe. You can use the following methods to use a server cursor with a fetch size of for executeQuery.
The main thing is lnet it’s not consistent, sometimes exception occurs and sometimes not. If a row is locked then the SQL expression will wait on this row.