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One example is if you want XML support for an Oracle database.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. If you let the JDBC Driver Finder load all drivers for you, all you need to do to install a new driver is to put the driver files in one of the folders specified for the finder in Tool Properties and then restart DbVisualizer.
These folder paths are shown under the list of Driver Finder Paths. If you want to use other driver files for a bundled driver, it is best to create a new driver entry. Given the folders where JDBC drivers are located, it loads and configures new drivers if any every time you start DbVisualizer. If it finds any new driver files, it will automatically load and configure them.
The right part displays the driver configuration for the selected driver in terms of the following:. Finally, you can specify regular expression patterns for filenames that the finder should ignore.
Sqll the driver classes are not packaged, it is important to select and load the root folder for the JDBC Driver.
Created by Hans Bergsten on Jun 30, Serve we do not test with all of them ourselves, we try to help out if things don’t work as expected. For better answers, I’d contact DBVisualizer’s support.
The left part of the driver manager dialog contains a list of driver names with a symbol indicating whether the driver has been configured or not. Yasir Arsanukaev 2, 3 13 Each package part in the name above separated by “.
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DbVisualizer – an immensely useful tool DbVisualizer is such a tremendously useful tool, now I can’t live without it. Information how to connect to an ODBC datasource.
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If enabled, the finder window pops-up if it finds any new files when you start DbVisualizer. We’re not going to explain the differences here, just give you the hint that the “type 4,” aka “thin,” drivers are the easiest to maintain, since they are pure Java drivers and do not depend on any external DLL’s or dynamic libraries.