I use the jTDS drive on our Power7, but I've always used the MS driver for SQuirreL in order to use Windows Authentication. That being said, have you checked the Logs (on the bottom, 2nd button right of "Logs: Errors x, Warnings x, Infos x")?



-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Thompson [mailto:gthompson@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2013 1:19 PM
To: Java Programming on and around the IBM i
Cc: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: problems attempting adding jTDS driver to Squirrel

I am following Dan Kimmel's suggestion to use the JTDS open-source-driver for connections to MS Sequel Server.

I think I got a good download of jTDS from Sourceforge

I think my extract was Ok, and I see a bunch of files and folders with same "Date Time mod" on my Win 7 laptop:

Files
CHANGELOG, jtds-1.3.1.jar, LICENSE, README, README.SSL
README.SSO, README.XA

Folders
x64
x86

Squirrel now runs very slowly and I can't select an SQL statement to run ??
the cursor, in Squirrel, seems un-responsive and will not allow a click on "run", etc

Have not yet been able to close Squirrel . . .







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