First version of Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server was introduced in 2000. Over last 20 years it supported Java Developers and allowed them experience the power of SQL Server databases. Don’t you think it’s time to return the favor? Indeed, in the beginning of last year, Microsoft announced that free supported Java is available in SQL Server 2019. Now T-SQL Developers can experience the power of Java libraries. Let’s have a look on how simple it is to import java library, use it in the code of your procedure, execute and check how does it look like from SQL Server perspective.