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.
Tedious is simply derived from a fast, slightly garbled, pronunciation of the letters T, D and S.
Tedious is just about useable for simple statements.
- Session establishment and authentication work.
- Sending SQL statements (in a
SQL_BATCHpacket) works for some simple statements.
- Many simple data types are supported.
- An event for column metadata in the response is emitted.
- Events for each row in the response are emitted.
There's still a lot that needs doing.
- Support for more data types.
- The API needs to change to support statement execution with a Statement class.
- Decoding of column metadata flags.
- Decoding of collation data.
- Ability to cancel a request.
- Support for transactions.
- Better support for large values (for example integers over 53 bits).
More documentation is available at pekim.github.com/tedious/
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