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Memory usage keeps increasing when using generated PreparedStatements. For example, if you have a method that inserts a row into a table by creating a PreparedStatement , using it once and then closing it, your statement will be compiled only once for each Connection , no matter how many times you call that method. What should I do? The JNetDirect license precludes publication of performance test results. 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. In this case the driver will be able to use an RPC succesfully as all the parameters are represented by parameter markers? A common mistake is to append a semicolon “;” to the end of the URL e.
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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.
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. Other I didn’t find the answer to my problem in this FAQ. If you encountered an issue that you have tested and retested and you’re sure it’s a bug, use the Bugs link on top of the page.
In case you are wondering if this is right, this is a quote from the CallableStatement API documentation: You are required to use TDS 5.
Yes, i have put the corresponding class file to the path. Why do I get a java. 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.
There may be a number of reasons why this could happen:. Although this means that a “good” driver could “fix” this behavior, fixing it would imply caching the whole server response, equaling a huge performance drop.
Why do I still need to provide a username and password? A common mistake is to append a semicolon “;” to the end of the URL e. I have used the mdbc code for java database connectivity kdbc SQL Server import java. In this case the driver will be able to use an RPC succesfully as all the parameters are represented by parameter markers? Also, please take a look at our ResultSet support page for some additional information and tips.
jTDS JDBC Driver
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: The “No suitable driver” exception internetcdx thrown by the DriverManager when none of the registered Driver implementations recognizes the supplied URL.
Temporary stored procedures are created for each unique SQL statement and parameter combination faster. Memory Usage Memory usage keeps increasing when using generated PreparedStatements.
Driver” or you mistyped the URL e. CallableStatement output parameter getter throws java.
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. You are very probably using TDS 4. Why do column names more than 30 characters long, get chopped off at 30 characters? May 16, 9: The number of statements that are kept open simultaneously can be controlled with the maxStatements parameter; see the jTDS URL format for more information.
If that’s the case, replace jtds. There is a good side to this: The name of the jTDS jar file may be jtds These benchmarks are free to download so we encourage you to do it and intenretcds them yourself.
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Actually we do have benchmark results from two different benchmarks, both developed by large commercial SQL Server JDBC driver vendors to demonstrate the performance of their own drivers. Is there any commercial technical support available for jTDS? It is possible to use mixed parameter lists to call stored procedures that do not have output parameters.
Incorrect Behavior CallableStatement output parameter getter throws java.
This is what happens with SQL Server-returned errors and warnings and is consistent with how other drivers handle exceptions.
No suitable driver what’s wrong with my same code, no changes made