Subject Jaybird problems
Author Nickolay Samofatov
Hello !

I traced out a problem with intermittent Jaybird errors.
Persistence service that maps XML messages to Java objects and than to
DBMS uses native Jaybird interfaces in a few places.

And it may save independent objects in several threads accessing one
connection. This works fine with Oracle and other drivers, but not
with Jaybird.

So this is my fault. The question is: why do I need to use wrapper
objects implementing Connection, PreparedStatment, ... interfaces
to get JDBC conformance ?

It is clearly stated in spec that driver needs to be thread-safe to
comply to any JDBC standard. Why Jaybird doesn't do it ?
This causes data corruption. Here the link to a part of JDBC spec
about thread-safety:

Best regards,
Nickolay Samofatov mailto:skidder@...