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JTurbo 3.0 Released, Implements JDBC 3.0 Specification
JTurbo 3.0 Released, Implements JDBC 3.0 Specification

(April 5, 2002) - At JavaOne, New Atlanta Communications, a leading producer of server-side Java products, announced the immediate availability of JTurbo 3.0, the newest release of its Type 4 JDBC Driver for Microsoft SQL Server™. Commercially available now, JTurbo 3.0 implements the JDBC 3.0 specification that was released as part of JDK 1.4 in March.

A Type 4 driver that is J2EE™ certified by Sun Microsystems™, JTurbo allows users to connect to Microsoft's SQL Server from Java applets or applications running on any major operating system, including Windows, Unix, Linux, and Mac OS. JTurbo offers the highest degree of platform independence, performance, and deployment administration for database connectivity provided under Sun's JDBC specification. Type 4, or "pure Java," JDBC drivers convert JDBC calls to the native protocol used by the database vendor, communicating directly with the database server without requiring native code.

"After rigorous testing, we're pleased to be able to offer a high-performance, robust, and reliable product to our customers, helping them to take advantage of this newest JDBC release," said Paul Bonfanti, cofounder and vice president of engineering for New Atlanta. Among the added or improved features for JTurbo 3.0 are: savepoint support; statement pooling support; improved connection pool configuration; retrieval of parameter metadata; retrieval of auto-generated keys; multiple Open ResultSets per statement; CallableStatement named parameters; ResultSet holdability support; Cached RowSet, JDBC RowSet, and WebRowSet support; and distributed transactions.

For current JTurbo customers, updates and upgrades to JTurbo 3.0 are offered for free or at discounted prices. No fee is required for updating JTurbo 1.22, JTurbo 2.0, or JTurbo 2.0E to its equivalent JTurbo 3.0 version. For customers making the move to JDBC 3.0, JTurbo is offered at discounted license fees beginning at $345. New purchases for development and deployment licensing begin at $595. Developers may download JTurbo for evaluation for 30 days, at no charge. For more information, visit www.newatlanta.com.

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