Updating jdbc drivers windows server 2016 enterprise edition

08-Jul-2014 11:29

If set to kerberos, the driver uses Kerberos authentication.The driver ignores any user ID or password specified.Although trigger results are ignored, any errors generated by the trigger are reported.Any warnings generated by the trigger are enqueued.When SSL is enabled, the following properties also apply: If set to login SSL, the login request is encrypted using SSL.

property controls whether the driver sends String parameter values to the server as Unicode (for example, nvarchar) or non-Unicode (for example, varchar).If the database type is not an n-type, the driver converts the data to the character encoding defined by the parameter’s collation and sends the data to the server in that character encoding.If the driver cannot determine the data type of the parameters, it sends String parameter values to the server based on the setting of the on a statement and that statement is cancelled because its timeout value was exceeded, a cancel request is sent that also will time out if its execution exceeds 5 seconds.If the database server does not require SSL, data is not encrypted and only the login request is encrypted.If a host name is specified, the driver compares the specified host name to the DNSName value of the Subject Alternative Name in the certificate.

property controls whether the driver sends String parameter values to the server as Unicode (for example, nvarchar) or non-Unicode (for example, varchar).

If the database type is not an n-type, the driver converts the data to the character encoding defined by the parameter’s collation and sends the data to the server in that character encoding.

If the driver cannot determine the data type of the parameters, it sends String parameter values to the server based on the setting of the on a statement and that statement is cancelled because its timeout value was exceeded, a cancel request is sent that also will time out if its execution exceeds 5 seconds.

If the database server does not require SSL, data is not encrypted and only the login request is encrypted.

If a host name is specified, the driver compares the specified host name to the DNSName value of the Subject Alternative Name in the certificate.

The driver selects an authentication method based on a combination of criteria, such as whether the application provides a user ID, the driver is running on a Windows platform, and the driver can load the DLL required for NTLM authentication.