SQL Server NOCOUNT option

Why is it necesssary to toggle this option at all? It's an instance option, not a database option - so it affects all other databases in the same instance, too.

This can lead to undesired side-effects.

Is there a way to specify this via a JDBC driver connection url property to avoid a change for the whole sql server instance?

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No, it's not possible to set it in the JDBC driver - MS-SQL doesn't support it being set other than in the internal options, so the JDBC driver can't do anything about it.

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