News: JSQLConnect 5.0 released, with SQL Server 2005 support
JNetDirect has announced the release of JSQLConnect 5.0. The latest major version upgrade includes interoperability across Microsoft SQL Server 2005, secure SSL connections, NTLM authentication, and support for IBM's Websphere 5.0 and 6.0. This version provides JDBC 3.0 features and includes access to data stored as the new SQL Server 2005 XML datatype.
- Posted by: Joseph Ottinger
- Posted on: August 02 2005 14:22 EDT
For Websphere 5.0 and 6.0 users, this release provides enhanced support for IBM's Websphere 5.0 and 6.0 application servers by shipping with a customized data store helper that will be used by the Websphere relational resource adapter runtime.
A free 30-day trial license is available for download (with registration). Commercial licenses can be bought from this order form.
- For folks wondering what JSQLConnect is .. by Binil Thomas on August 03 2005 00:18 EDT
[from their website]
"JSQLConnect is the fastest, most reliable way to access Microsoft SQL Server products from your Java, .JSP or J2EE applications. Supports Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 and Microsoft SQL Server 6.5 with the latest JDBC capabilities.
JSQLConnect is a high performance, native type 4 JDBC driver providing comprehensive JDBC 3.0 and 2.0 support for Microsoft SQL Server. "
1 connection $225.00
3 connections $625.00
Unlimited connections $1750.00
sorry, but paying this much for "just a JDBC driver"?!?
Well, they need to have a very good product to 'compete' with jTDS (http://jtds.sourceforge.net/), which is a very good, well performing and free an open source driver......
1 connection $225.003 connections $625.00Unlimited connections $1750.00sorry, but paying this much for "just a JDBC driver"?!?
If it works and delivers as noted, it sounds dirt cheap. Perhaps you'd rather pay some random consultant or developer for a couples weeks labor to debunk some other flakey implementation.
If it works and delivers as noted, it sounds dirt cheap. Perhaps you'd rather pay some random consultant or developer for a couples weeks labor to debunk some other flakey implementation.Microsoft should deliver a usable JDBC Driver! What about the one which is downloadable at the microsoft website?