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jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.8 and 1.3.1 released

Sat, 08 Jun 2013 15:54:45 -0000

The jTDS project has released version 1.2.8 and 1.3.1 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase.

New features:
o Backported Kerberos support from jTDS 2.0 (jTDS 1.3 only).

Bug fixes:
o #702, ConnectionJDBC2.getMutex() isn't thread-safe.
o #687, incompatible property name mappings.
o #699, conversion from timestamp String to Date fails.
o #695, trailing line comment breaking connection state on metadata retrieval.
o #694, jTDS logger may cause an NPE.
o #508, the driver ignored unspecified server errors.
o #682, error when using date/time escapes in a procedure call.
o #626, missing type mapping for java.math.BigInteger.
o #683, MSSQL 2000 compatibility issue.
o #552, jTDS may fail to find an SQL Server instance.




jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.7 and 1.3.0 released

Sat, 27 Oct 2012 14:34:34 -0000

The jTDS project has released version 1.2.6 and 1.3.0 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. The new versions are a quite huge update, also fixing a number of *critical* bugs and improving the performance, so we'd highly encourage you to upgrade. Version 1.3.0 is the first Java 7 compatible version of the driver and, beside the fix for bug #672, improves performance compared to version 1.2.7. The future development will be focused on the 1.3.x line of the driver, so further enhancements and bug fixes will not necessarily become available it the Java 1.3 compatible jTDS 1.2.x. You should only stick to jTDS 1.2 if you require to use a Java version prior to Java 7. Bug fixes (jTDS 1.3.0 only): o #672, the driver now uses a real MAC address, if available. Bug fixes: o #528, any ResultSet gets dropped when using RETURN_GENERATED_KEYS. o Fixed a bug that caused Statement.close() to throw an exception for errors caused by previously executed statements. o #609, slow SharedSocket finalization due to expensive locking. o Fixed format conversion errors for DATETIME, DATE and TIME values. o #615, SQL parser fails if function escapes contain nested functions. o #634, incorrect comment processing in callable statements. o Fixed parameter name format for procedure calls using named parameters. o #647, preparing statements including a WITH clause don't retrieve meta data. o #677, possible deadlock in JtdsStatement.close(). o #676, error in SQL parser concerning multi line comments. o #541, data type mismatch when using {ts}/{t}/{d} JDBC escapes. o A number of incorrect error messages have been fixed. o #637, an attempt to execute a standard SQL statement using a CallableStatement now throws an appropriate SQLException on preparation. o #633, possible NPEs in JtdsObjectFactory. o Added missing getter/setter methods for connection property "autoCommit" in class JtdsDataSource. o Corrected data types for connection properties "autoCommit" and "useNTLMv2". o Added missing default for connection property "useNTLMv2". o #661, memory pollution caused by ThreadLocal Calendar instances. o #673, buffer overflow in SQL parser. o #643, documentation error. o #659, missing service provider configuration file for JDBC driver class. o #656, unnecessary log pollution during emulated XA recovery. o #667, spurious login timeouts if establishing connections concurrently. o #642, a stream hasn't been closed in CharsetInfo. o #608, various typos in Messages.properties. o #660, problems with WebRing code of the project website. o Fixed a race condition when closing a Statement in concurrent threads.



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.6 release update

Fri, 07 Sep 2012 15:42:46 -0000

The last driver release returned a wrong version String (1.2.5) in DatabaseMetaData.getDriverVersion(). The jTDS 1.2.6 realease files have been updated with a corrected version. We apologise for the trouble caused by this mistake.



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.5 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.5 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.5 is a maintenance release, correcting a number of bugs and adding a few minor features. This release restores backward compatibility with Java 1.3. Bug fixes: o [2900139], NoClassDefFoundError with C3P0. o [2856350]/[2898905], problems with JDBC4 stubs in GlassFish. o [2911266], default response timeout of 30 seconds if using named pipes. o [2892493], NullPointException when receiving character NULL values. o [2891775], fix for bug [2340241] has broken Java 1.3 compatibility. o [2883066], Numeric overflow in conversion BigInteger/BIGINT. o [2871274], no soft kill for TimerThread. o Corrected a bug that lead to login errors being masked by later exceptions. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.4 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

[The Sourceforge news system has been unavailable for some time, so this announcement has not been posted earlier. jTDS 1.2.4 has already been uploaded to Sourceforge on September 29 2009.] The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.4 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.4 is a hotfix release, correcting critical bug [2860742]. Bug fixes: o [2860742], getByte() causes overflow error for negative values. o [2856350], JDBC4 method stubs make jTDS unusable. Make sure to check the changelog for detailed listings of the bugfixes and new features. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see: http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.3 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.3 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.3 is a bugfix release, improving upon jTDS 1.2.2. A few new features also made it into the release. New features: o [2340241] process ID can be passed as connection property o [1778933] added support for socket keep-alive feature Bug fixes: o [2814376] varchar-type is truncated in non-unicode environment o [2349058] DateTime allows invalid dates through o [2181003] attempt to set a BC date invalidates internal state o [2675463] jTDS returns database users instead of schemas o [1855125] jTDS silently ignores integer overflows o [1755448] login failure leaves unclosed sockets o [1845477] missing license info o [1955499] performance problems with timestamps in multi-threaded applications o [1793584] login timeout canceled too early o [1802986] incorrect charset mapping between 'MAC' and 'ISO-8859-1' o [1957748] jTDS is leaking memory o [2508201] date values are changed by 3 milliseconds o [2796385] jTDS is running out of UDP sockets o [1869156] jTDS is leaking memory o [2021839] data truncation problem o [1811383] ArrayIndexOutOfBounds on executeBatch o [2021839] savepoint starts 2 transactions if it's the first operation o [1843801] infinite loop if DB connection dies during a batch o [2818256] a savepoint is invalid after rollback o [1883905] unintentional infinite wait Make sure to check the changelog for detailed listings of the bugfixes and new features. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see: http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.2 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

Open source JDBC 3.0 Type 4 driver for Microsoft SQL Server (6.5, 7.0, 2000 and 2005) and Sybase. jTDS is the fastest JDBC driver for MS SQL Server and is a complete implementation of the JDBC spec. For more information see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.2 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.2 is a bugfix release, improving over upon jTDS 1.2.1. A few new features also made it into the release. New features: o 64-bit support for Single Sign On (SSO) o [1491811] sqlState code for snapshot conflict. Bug fixes: o [1774322] Sybase nulled text fields return not null o [1592113] NTLMv2 properties on datasource Make sure to check the changelog for detailed listings of the bugfixes and new features. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see: http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2.1 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.1 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.1 is a bugfix release, improving over the very successful jTDS 1.2. A few new features also made it into the release. New features: o Support for specifying the bind address o Support for SNAPSHOT transaction isolation o NTLMv2 authentication o Support for specifying the disk buffer directory. Bug fixes (partial list): o Statement memory leak o SQLException thrown in CallableStatement SetByte()/setDouble()/setFloat() o Single blank space returned as empty string o Execute batch returning incorrect counts o Default named pipe path for Sybase o Named pipe connections across domains o Concurrent batch update failure o executeQuery absorbs thread interrupt status Make sure to check the changelog for detailed listings of the bugfixes and new features. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.2 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

The jTDS Project has released version 1.2 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2 is a major bugfix release, improving over the very successful jTDS 1.1. A few new features, such as support for Sybase ASE 15, SQL Server 2005 and improved exceptions also made it into the release. New features: o Support for Sybase ASE 15 o Improved support for SQL Server 2005 varchar(max) and varbinary(max) o Complete handling of cursor exceptions and downgrading o Better handling of cancels and timeouts o Configurable socket timeout o Subclasses of basic JDBC types recognized as setObject() values Major bug fixes (out of over 30 fixes): o Statement pool memory leak o Java 1.5 BigDecimal problems o Possible synchronization problems o setAutoCommit() behavior not according to specification o getTimestamp() returns invalid value after calling getString() o Cursor opens fails when cursor threshold <> -1 o iso_1 charset and Sybase o "All pipe instances are busy" not handled properly o SSL fails with SQL Server 2005 o Sybase: insert UTF8 string fails when length is 255 Make sure to check the changelog for detailed listings of the bugfixes and new features. jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291



jTDS JDBC Driver 1.1 released

Wed, 15 Aug 2012 19:48:19 -0000

The jTDS Project has released version 1.1 of the open source JDBC driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.1 is a major feature release, notable new features including much improved statement caching, configurable metadata caching, optimistic/pessimistic locking support and fast forward-only cursors. Other major changes are the switch to sp_prepare as default prepare method for prepared statements instead of temporary stored procedures -- which means better performance and no more depending on transaction rollbacks -- and optimistic concurrency instead of row locks on default updatable result sets. Make sure to check the jTDS FAQ for detailed explanations of the new features and new defaults. Other new features: o Configurable mapping of large types to LOBs or standard Java types o Extended scrollability and updatability options o byte[] to String conversions now generate hex values o Control over memory/disk buffering o Optimized handling of date/time values o Complete SQLException chaining Bug fixes: o absolute() and relative() with larger than row count values o cancel() synchronization o 'Hidden' columns visible with prepared statements o Deadlocking with c3p0 due to thread interrupt flag being set o BigDecimal to String conversion dropping insignificant trailing zeroes o updateRow() reset the position to the beginning of the block o Execution failed if statement could not be prepared o Deadlocking when parsing an unterminated multi-line comment o Sybase getProcedureColumns bug o Blob/Clob position methods failed jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3 certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and Compiere. For more information on jTDS see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/ The release can be downloaded from: https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291