Miscellany On Java In SQL Server

Niels Berglund continues a series on SQL Server 2019 and Java support:

This post is the fourth post where I look at the Java extension in SQL Server, i.e. the ability to execute Java code from inside SQL Server. The previous three posts are:
SQL Server 2019 Extensibility Framework & Java – Hello World: We looked at installing and enabling the Java extension, as well as some very basic Java code.
SQL Server 2019 Extensibility Framework & Java – Passing Data: In this post, we discussed what is required to pass data back and forth between SQL Server and Java.
SQL Server 2019 Extensibility Framework & Java – Null Values: This, the Null Values, post is a follow up to the Passing Data post, and we look at how to handle null values in data passed to Java.
This fourth post acts as a “roundup” of miscellaneous “stuff” I did not cover in the three previous posts

If you haven’t seen the first three, check them out too.

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