You may also need to build the database with special options for jdbc compatibility or set specific options in the configuration of the database.
SQLEditor doesn't ship with any JDBC drivers so these must be installed before use.
Many database drivers are now automatically detected by SQLEditor and so you only need to install the jar file. SQLEditor will then find and use the driver on the next restart.Currently only JDBC Drivers compatible with java 1.4 will work with SQLEditor.
The following drivers are automatically detected by SQLEditor.
Drivers that are not on this list may need be added manually using the Database pane of the Preferences window. See also Database PreferencesIf the driver you want to use isn't on this list it is worth seeing if SQLEditor has auto-detected it before adding it manually.