Also, please take a look at our ResultSet support page for some additional information and tips. Temporary stored procedures are created for each unique SQL statement and parameter combination faster. If you’ll look at the query you are trying to execute, you’ll see that it probably returns an update count first, followed by a ResultSet. If you experience this problem with versions 0. Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Check out the jTDS feature matrix for more details.

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The “Connection refused” exception is thrown by jTDS when it is unable to connect to the server.

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Web Design Anca Sinpalean. The only major features missing from jTDS are connection pooling and row sets; the reason for leaving these out is that there are free implementations available, probably much better than anything we could come up with. This is caused by triggers; replication is also implemented through triggers, so you will encounter this issue on replicated databases too. The existing configuration should look similar to this:.

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 net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.ddriver.


If you specify the port as portSQLServer will only look for the default instance. Microsoft’s driver is actively maintained, where jTDS hasn’t been updated since and prior to the small round of updates done in it hadn’t been updated for multiple years.

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Courtney Faulkner 1, 13 The JNetDirect license precludes publication of performance test results. See an example here, on GitHub.

The name of the jTDS jar file may be jtds The exact values to use in the new URL are beyond the scope of this documentation; they must be chosen based on the jTDS settings they are replacing. Can anyone please help me accomplish that? In this case the driver will be able to use an RPC succesfully as all the parameters are represented by parameter markers? It is possible to use mixed parameter lists to call stored procedures that do not have output parameters.

Why do I still need to provide a username and password? Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

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How to proceed In the Bitbucket Server home directorybitbucket. When executing a stored procedure or any query, for that matter the response from the SQL Server is serialized in the same order it is executed in: Microsoft offers a full JDBC4.

When calling a stored procedure that net.sourceforge.jtdx.jdbc.driver output parameters, the driver has to call the procedure using a remote procedure call RPC. The number of statements that are kept open simultaneously can be controlled with the maxStatements parameter; see the jTDS URL format for more information.


However, you can run any of the benchmarks yourself, the effort is minimal. Check out the jTDS feature matrix for more details. I didn’t find the answer to my problem in this FAQ. The solution is to servfr the “TDS” property to “4. Normally, with a JDBC driver, PreparedStatement s are precompiled on creation, which gives increased performance if they are used a sufficient number of times.

In these circumstances the driver raises an exception and execution fails. Have you got any figures to prove that? If that’s the case, replace jtds.

Memory usage keeps increasing when using generated PreparedStatements. SQL is sent to the server each time without any preparation, literals are inserted in the SQL slower. Pratik Bhatt 4 This means among other things that it cannot access platform-specific features, such as determining the currently logged user and his credentials. If you encountered an issue that setver have tested and retested and you’re sure it’s a bug, use the Bugs link on top of the page.

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