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In stepping back, I can see how people might easily get confused based on the history of the Jxbc3 driver. As presented, the example uses the JDBC 2.
March 1, at 2: TDS does not prefetch. JOptionPane Can anyone jdgcodbc me out?? Where do you put server information in the connection strings?
Jason Hinsperger Post author. But it is working with jdbc4. Post as a guest Name. The driver and both the subscriber and publisher shims all startup fine but where I run into a problem is in the execute method of the Being a pure Java driver, many Java developers looked to using Type jdbocdbc drivers in their solution to stay with the Java “write once, run anywhere” mantra.
Code alternatives are included as comments in the source code if you want to use the jConnect 6. For example, Adaptive Server Enterprise does not have the concept of empty strings, so when selecting an empty string using jConnect, the application actually gets a string with one blank in it. No search term specified. SQL Anywhere 10 also includes jConnect 6.
Establishing a connection is the first step any JDBC application must take when working with database data.
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November 28, at Newer versions of jdbcobc are able to use the status byte on requests to differentiate between NULL, empty and non-empty strings. I am trying to connect my database to sap lumira for BI application, which require the JDBC driver for my database…Until now, I have iajywhere success in connecting them.
Click here to view and discuss this page in DocCommentXchange. I have been receiving this for for JConnect driver. March 1, at 3: Of course, some additional work needs to be done on the part of the app to get jConnect to use this status byte. This problem has only started to show up under load testing 10 concurrent users.
Integrated logins on Windows platforms. November 27, at 3: Pure Java offers the benefit of being able to run the application in any JVM on any platform. The URL format is: I am trying to use the native driver on OS X However, the performance and flexibility improvements that an application gains by using the iAnywhere JDBC driver certainly justify its consideration.
There are a number of reasons that developers choose jConnect: But I can’t seem to find it. December 19, at 5: Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
String When trying to djbc3 a connection from a DataSource I get the following exception: