Subject Jaybird and JDBC compliance question ...
Author David Johnson
The JDBC specification includes a flag that indicates whether or not the
registered driver is JDBC compliant. Jaybird, the firebird driver,
indicates that it is not compliant by returning false to this inquiry.

From experience, I already know that it is sufficiently compliant for my
needs. However, it makes autodetection of JDBC compliant drivers
awkward when my preferred target will be firebird, and the Jaybird
driver says it is non-compliant.

Why is Jaybird reporting noncompliance?

Thanks in advance.

David Johnson