|Re: New Connection Profile Type [message #659064 is a reply to message #658851]
||Thu, 10 March 2011 15:33
| Brian Fitzpatrick
Registered: July 2009
Ok... So on the Driver Definitions preference page (Window->Preferences, Data Management->Connectivity->Driver Definitions), click Add.|
That should open the "New Driver Definition" dialog.
Select "Generic JDBC Driver" in the list on the Name/Type tab.
Select the JAR List tab and click Add JAR/Zip. Browse to your jar in the File Browse dialog and click OK. That should add your jar to the jar list.
Then select the Properties tab.
Click on the Driver Class line in the table. Select the "..." button to the far right of that line. In the "Available Classes from Jar List" dialog, select "Browse for Class" and it should populate the list of classes. Select org.sqlite.JDBC. Click OK.
Now you should have the OK button enabled on the New Driver Definition dialog. Click it and now you have a driver definition pointing to the SQL Lite jdbc driver.
You can then use that Generic JDBC driver definition when you use the Generic JDBC connection profile.
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