The Microsoft JDBC Driver now supports JRE 7

Greetings Developer Community,    The Microsoft JDBC Driver 4.0 for SQL Server now supports JRE 7.  If you have applications running against JRE 6 (or 5) and roll them forward to execute against JRE7, the Microsoft JDBC driver is now fully supported.  It’s important to note that: This is valid only for the latest Microsoft JDBC…

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How Would You Use Table Valued Parameters (TVP)?

Many of you have asked for Table Valued Parameters (TVP) support in the Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server.  We have added TVP support to our roadmap and are gathering requirements (we don’t have an availability date yet).    We would like to hear more details about how you would use TVP’s and how TVP’s…

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Microsoft JDBC Driver 4.0 for SQL Server Released!

Dear SQL Server Developer Community, I am pleased to report that the Microsoft JDBC Driver 4.0 for SQL Server is now released.  Thank you for all your great feedback on our three community technology previews (CTP).  Our 4.0 release contains some great features which I would like to highlight. Pure Java Kerberos Customers using non-Windows…

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Hotfix Available for Date Issue When Using JRE 1.7

Dear SQL Server developers and users: Thank you for your ongoing support of the Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server.  Some of you reported problems with dates when using JRE 1.7. The Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server currently supports JRE 1.5 & JRE 1.6, however we have made modifications to return correct date values…

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Patch Available for SQL Server and Java 6 update 30

Dear SQL Server developers and users: Thank you for your ongoing support of the Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server.  We have an update on the connection issues some of you experienced when using Java 6 update 29 and above. Java 6 update 29 (6u29) introduced a change to how data is sent to databases…

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Using SQL Azure and the Microsoft JDBC Driver?

Dear SQL Server developers and users: Are you using the Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server to access SQL Azure? If so, we would like to talk to you about your experience.  Please contact us via the following (http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jdbcteam/contact.aspx) if you would like to provide us with more information.   Thank you for your ongoing support…

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