Yes, but with some limitations.
Yes, we hope to improve this, however SQL Server presents some unique challenges and doesn't have as much commonality with other databases as we had originally hoped. This is delaying progress somewhat.
The SQL Server JDBC driver is available directly from Microsoft at their website.
Currently the SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver 3.0 is recommended
Other versions may also work.
If you are offered a choice of download versions we suggest choosing the Unix rather than Windows version. (Because it easier to extract)
The unix edition is provided as tar.gz file and can be easily decompressed.
The archive contains a folder called enu which should contain two jar files called sqljdbc4.jar and sqljdbc.jar
Copy the correct driver file as shown below to /Library/Java/Extensions/.
|Mac OS X Version||Driver file to use|
|Mac OS X 10.6 or later||sqljdbc4.jar|
|Mac OS X 10.5||sqljdbc.jar|
SQLEditor should find these drivers automatically when it starts up.
If SQLEditor is already running you may need to restart it to see the new drivers.
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