Universal SQL Tools will find and load any JDBC drivers as they are needed by a connection. This is done using a dynamic class loader that uses a list of JAR files as its classpath. In order to use the drivers, you must import them into the application. Universal SQL Tools will store the JAR file in a location on your driver where it can find them again later.
To add a JDBC driver:
The location of the JAR files can be changed in the Options Dialog under Paths & Directories tab. By using a shared directory for the drivers, a single copy might be used in a multiple developer environment. This would make configuration management somewhat simpler as there would only ever be one set of drivers to keep updated.
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