When jTDS sends the 8. AlexK 5, 2 14 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. A common mistake is to append a semicolon “;” to the end of the URL e. The patching is going to be tricky, but I’ve automated that sort of thing before as well, so it shouldn’t be too hard. Here is the stack I am working with:
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You are required to use TDS 5. The application is huge, but here is a summary of how the error happens: Deploying just the Liferay war is typically not enough.
This is what happens with SQL Server-returned errors and warnings and is consistent with how other drivers handle exceptions.
In this case the driver will substitute the parameters locally and use a normal “execute procedure” SQL call; however, this mode of execution is less efficient than an RPC.
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As a conclusion, when executing stored procedures that only return update counts output parameters will be available immediately, as jTDS will process and cache the whole response. SQL is sent to the server each time without any preparation, literals are inserted in the SQL slower. Once I changed the NIC settings and got it right, the problem went away entirely.
Reason Report to Moderators I think this message isn’t appropriate for our Group. Error in allocating a connection. 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. I’m trying to connect to SQL Server 6. I’ll post the results here. Normally, with a JDBC driver, PreparedStatement s are precompiled on creation, which gives increased performance if they are used a sufficient number of times.
We are using a basic DataSource that is provided by Glassfish, which supposedly implements a connection pool.
The application is huge, but here is a summary of how the error happens:. Stored procedures should be invoked using the special JDBC call escape syntax. This is common if say you are querying a stored procedure that creates a temp table, runs updates against it and then returns the table as a result set. Batch processing using executeBatch hangs or is unreliable on Sybase.
Glassfish example source code file (microsoft_jtds_datasource.xml)
When executing large batches on Sybase the client application may hang or the response time may vary considerably. Although queries returning multiple results are not very common, it is the reason why this behavior is customizable from the URL. Driver class, which means that jtds.
Check out the jTDS feature matrix for more details.
Yesterday there were approximately threads executing with the error above in the server log, yet I am configured for connections in the pool. 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.
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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.
This is caused by glassfish replication is also implemented through triggers, so you will encounter this issue on replicated databases jyds. When Glassfish goes up, it calls our implementation of ServletContextListener.
Incorrect Behavior CallableStatement output parameter getter throws java. It’s going to be a long week