Tedious (node implementation of TDS)
Tedious is an implementation of the TDS protocol, which is used to interact with instances of Microsoft's SQL Server. It is intended to be a fairly slim implementation of the protocol, with not too much additional functionality.
What's new in 0.2
- Added support for TDS 7.4
- Added request cancelation
- Added support for UDT, TVP, Time, Date, DateTime2 and DateTimeOffset data types
- Added option to choose whether to pass/receive times in UTC or local time (
- Binary, VarBinary, Image, Numeric, Decimal, SmallMoney and Money are now supported as input parameters
- Binary, VarBinary and Image types are now returned as Buffer (was Array)
- Connection errors are now correctly propagated to
- Better support for numeric column names and columns with same name
- Errors are now instanceof Error / ConnectionError / RequestError (was plain text)
- Transaction isolationLevel default is now
- Fixed issue when zero value was casted as null when using BigInt as input parameter
- Fixed issue when dates before 1900/01/01 in input parameters resulted in "Out of bounds" error
- Fixed negative return values
- Fixed compatibility with TDS 7.1 (SQL Server 2000)
- Minor fixes
Upgrade from 0.1.5 to 0.2
- Time values are now passed/received in UTC instead of local time. You can disable this by
options.useUTC = false.
- There was a change in default transaction isolationLevel from
READ_COMMITED. You can disable this by
options.isolationLevel = require('tedious').ISOLATION_LEVEL.READ_UNCOMMITTED.
- Binary values are now returned in Buffers.
- All error values are no longer strings, but instances of Error.
- Results (rows and column metadata) are now simple arrays. You can change this to key-value collections by
options.useColumnNames = true.
Supported TDS versions
- TDS 7.4 (SQL Server 2012/2014)
- TDS 7.3.A (SQL Server 2008 R2)
- TDS 7.3.B (SQL Server 2008)
- TDS 7.2 (SQL Server 2005)
- TDS 7.1 (SQL Server 2000)
npm install tedious
Tedious is simply derived from a fast, slightly garbled, pronunciation of the letters T, D and S.
Copyright (c) 2010-2014 Mike D Pilsbury
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