How can I tell which version of sqljdbc.jar I have

Posted on 2013-09-16
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I have an sqljdbc.jar driver (for sql 2005, 2008) that is being used on a Linux system I am working on and I am trying to figure out what version of the driver I have installed. I don't have the original install package: just the sqljdbc.jar.

How can I figure out which version it is?

I am using sqljdbc_1.2.2828.100_enu.exe in a windows machine that connects to the same DB and it works just fine but the driver on Linux is failing to connect.
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