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.
Tedious is simply derived from a fast, slightly garbled, pronunciation of the letters T, D and S.
Current version: v0.1.3
Although subject to change, this is the rough plan for the next few versions.
- support for more data types for parameters
- possible support for varchar(max), nvarchar(max) and varbinary(max) as streams
- decoding of column metadata flags
- full decoding of collation data
- ability to cancel a request
More documentation is available at pekim.github.com/tedious/
Google Group - http://groups.google.com/group/node-tedious
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Copyright (c) 2010-2012 Mike D Pilsbury
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