|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Java] Using Jaybird with OpenOffice|
> If I have understood you correctly, you changed Jaybird to be JDBC 3.0Either this, or there is some switch in OO that is not used by default.
> compliant, and that uncovered a bug in the way OpenOffice works.
> While you did the correct thing in improving compliance, this makesAs I said, we will add a parameter to enable old functionality, and will
> Jaybird 2.0 unusable with OO. Perhaps one could add a warning to that
> effect on the firebirdsql.org site, so that innocent downloaders would
> know to take the older version of Jaybird?
also add this to our Wiki. Probably also add this to release notes.