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We are using the free Sun JDBC-ODBC bridge to access a SQL Server 2000 ODBC data source. The bridge is used by servlets running under JRun. JRun crashes sometimes when database queries are executed.
We have downloaded and installed a trial version of a commercial JDBC driver for SQL Server 2000 and we do not have this problem (JRun crashing.)
Has anyone else had this problem with the ODBC bridge and JRun? Did you find a way to fix it?
We don't have the funds to purchase the commercial driver, so we want to try to get this to work with the bridge.
 
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Make sure you close your statements and connections when you are through with the.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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