Tedious (node implementation of TDS)
NOTE: New columns are nullable by default as of version 1.11.0
Previous behavior can be restored using
config.options.enableAnsiNullDefault = false. See pull request 230.
NOTE: Default login behavior has changed slightly as of version 1.2
See the changelog for version history.
Supported TDS versions
- TDS 7.4 (SQL Server 2012/2014/2016/2017/2019/2022)
- TDS 7.3.B (SQL Server 2008 R2)
- TDS 7.3.A (SQL Server 2008)
- TDS 7.2 (SQL Server 2005)
- TDS 7.1 (SQL Server 2000)
Node.js is a prerequisite for installing tedious. Once you have installed Node.js, installing tedious is simple:
npm install tedious
- Node.js + macOS
- Node.js + Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Node.js + SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
- Node.js + Ubuntu
- Node.js + Windows
More documentation and code samples are available at tediousjs.github.io/tedious/
Tedious is simply derived from a fast, slightly garbled, pronunciation of the letters T, D and S.
We'd like to learn more about how you use tedious:
We welcome contributions from the community. Feel free to checkout the code and submit pull requests.
Copyright (c) 2010-2021 Mike D Pilsbury
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