The jTDS Project has released version 1.2.6 of the open source JDBC driver for
Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase. jTDS 1.2.6 is a maintenance release, correcting
a number of bugs and adding a few minor features.
o , parsing time values containing fractions of seconds may fail.
o Corrected a bug that could cause a call to JtdsStatement.close() to fail.
o Fixed a bug that could cause ResultSet cancellation to close the connection.
o , NPE if ResultSet.next()/ResultSet.close() are called concurrently.
o , Exception chaining time grows exponentially.
o , SSPIJNIClient.getInstance() wasn't thread-safe.
o Corrected a bug that caused a RuntimeException to mask a prior SQLException.
o Improved fix for bug , Statement.close() cannot throw NPE anymore.
o , NPE if Statement.close() is called by threads concurrently.
o , improved handling of port discovery errors.
o , TimerThread started when closing the last connection.
o Fixed method synchronization in TimerThread.
jTDS is the most performant JDBC driver for both Microsoft SQL Server and
Sybase. It is a complete implementation of JDBC 3.0, it passes the J2EE 1.3
certification and Hibernate test suites and is the preferred SQL Server/Sybase
driver for JBoss, Hibernate, Atlassian JIRA and Confluence, DbVisualizer and
For more information on jTDS see http://jtds.sourceforge.net/
The release can be downloaded from: