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JDBC Driver
Firebird Class 4 JCA-JDBC Driver Downloads

Release Date File Name Size Description
Jaybird 2.2.9
October 19, 2015 7.1 MB Jaybird 2.2.9 for Java 8 / JDBC 4.2, zip kit
October 19, 2015 7.0 MB Jaybird 2.2.9 for Java 7 / JDBC 4.1, zip kit
October 19, 2015 7.0 MB Jaybird 2.2.9 for Java 6 / JDBC 4.0, zip kit

Jaybird 2.2.9 released, with the following fixes since Jaybird 2.2.8:

  • Fixed: Result set of type CLOSE_CURSORS_AT_COMMIT isn't correctly closed on commit (JDBC-307)
  • Fixed: Open (output) blob in auto-commit prevents connection close. Fixed by fixing JDBC-307, see above. (JDBC-348)
  • New feature (experimental): Use isc_tpb_autocommit in auto commit mode (JDBC-399)
  • Fixed: "Exception. couldn't close blob: org.firebirdsql.gds.GDSException: invalid BLOB handle" on close of connection obtained from DBCP data source. Fixed by fixing JDBC-307, see above. (JDBC-400)
  • Fixed: CallableStatement.getMetaData() and getParameterMetaData() call throws exception when no input parameters provided when out parameter registered (JDBC-402)
  • Change: ResultSetMetaData will now report (VAR)CHAR CHARACTER SET OCTETS columns as Types.BINARY or Types.VARBINARY when using octetsAsBytes=true connection property. (JDBC-408)

The following are known in issues in Jaybird 2.2.9 (and earlier):

  • Connecting to Firebird 2.5 and earlier with a Firebird 3 fbclient.dll may be slow with native connections, see CORE-4658. Workaround is to connect to the IPv4 address instead of the hostname.

This list is not exhaustive, see the Jaybird tracker for a full list of open bugs.

See also the full Jaybird 2.2.9 release notes.

The release is also available on maven(*):


* The artifactId depends on your target Java version: jaybird-jdk18, jaybird-jdk17, or jaybird-jdk16

All released versions are available at GitHub.

For more details see Jaybird 2.1 JDBC driver Java Programmer's Manual.

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