java.sql2 DynamicMultiOperation with interlaced exceptions

Lance Andersen lance.andersen at
Thu Oct 12 22:03:32 UTC 2017

Hi Lukes,

> If Java 10 = Java 18.3, due in 5-6 months, then I'm not too optimistic that
> the asynchronous JDBC API will stabilise by then. To me, JDBC seems like
> one of the most important Java APIs. Design time here is definitely time
> well spent, so I'm not in a hurry to get this Flow based API quickly :)

It will not be in 18.3.  There is still plenty of work to do before we are ready to consider going final.   Once it is ready we will to get in into a release.  See <> 

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