What do you have installed? Did you install all of DTP or just
Connectivity? If you didn't install the "Enablement" features, you won't
see any of the additional vendor filters.
Works fine for me in Helios.
> I would like to create a driver definition for PostgreSQL with DTP
> (Window >> Preferences >> Data Management >> ...)
> In Galileo, non problem.
> But in Helios, while entring a new Driver Definition, there's only one
> vendor filter ("generic JDBC"), where there was a lot of vendors filters
> in Galileo...
> Do you know how to populate vendor filter ?
> Thanks in advance
What did you use as your base Eclipse install? Base Helios? If you
install the bigger distribution (Java EE or JEE) it has all the bits
installed by default.
And then what did you choose to install from the DTP zip or update site?
> I followed this :
> http://www.vogella.de/articles/EclipseDataToolsPlatform/arti cle.html
> .. and installed only "Data Tools Platform Enablement Extender SDK".
> It's OK now : i can create a new Driver Definition (to a PostgreSQL
> database, for instance).
> But something is still odd... :
> In Helios, it's necessary to do this, if you want to have all vendors
> filters in Driver Definition popup.
> In Galileo, it wasn't necessary : all vendors filters were already
> Why ?
> Any idea ?