So, for maximum compatibility, it is recommended that you use execute anytime you run queries returning more than one result even if the particular driver you are using allows you to do otherwise. Have you got any figures to prove that? You are very probably using TDS 4. While doing this it times out, throwing the exception you see which means that jTDS was not able to get information about the running instances. Have something to contribute to this discussion?

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Or even better, a benchmark I can run myself? Interface jTDS Implementation java.

This is what happens with SQL Server-returned errors and warnings and is consistent with how other drivers handle exceptions. The set of properties supported by jTDS is:. Other I didn’t find the answer to my problem in this FAQ.

The “Connection refused” exception is thrown by jTDS when it is unable to connect to the server. So, for maximum compatibility, it is recommended that you use execute anytime you run queries returning more than one result even if the particular driver you are using allows you to do otherwise. Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and adhere to our posting rules. In this case the driver will be able to use an RPC succesfully as all the parameters are represented by parameter markers?


Hai, Now its working fine, Thank you for all your replies. The client may be suspended if the system log fills so check that the log space is sufficient for the batch you are trying to load. In both cases if you call Statement.

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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. For interentcds that return multiple results the JDBC internetcvs requires execute to be used. May 16, 9: This means among other things that it cannot access platform-specific features, such as determining the currently logged user and his credentials.

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Web Design Anca Sinpalean. It is also recommended that jdgc execute each batch in a transaction i. Then i has been connected with SQL Server The “No suitable driver” exception is thrown by the DriverManager when none of the registered Driver implementations recognizes the supplied URL.

As a conclusion, when executing stored procedures that only return update counts output parameters will be available immediately, as jTDS will process and cache kdbc whole response. Without the native SSO library installed you still have to provide the username and password because otherwise jTDS cannot determine user credentials. Temporary stored procedures are created for each unique SQL statement and parameter combination faster.


I have used the following code for java database connectivity with SQL Server import java. Indeed, some SQLExceptions are reported with a correct state code and some not.

Batch processing using executeBatch hangs or is unreliable on Sybase.

For example, if you have a method that inserts a row into a table by creating a PreparedStatementusing it once and then closing it, your statement will be compiled only once for each Connectionno matter how many times you call that method.

Also, please take a look at tdd ResultSet support page for some additional information and tips.


You can control the real batch size using the batchSize parameter; setting it to a non-zero value will break up batches into smaller pieces on execution, hopefully avoiding the problem. 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.

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The below error was raised. Why do I get java. Have you got any figures to prove that?