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Eclipse Data Tools Platform Guide
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Editing a Driver Definition

Edit an existing driver definition.

You can edit a driver definition through the Driver Definitions preference pages or when creating a connection profile.

  1. Select Window > Preferences from the main menu bar.
  2. Expand Data Management > Connectivity and select Driver Definitions.
  3. (Optional) Select a Vendor Filter to display only those databases for a specific vendor.
  4. Select an existing driver defintion and click Edit.
  5. (Optional) In the Name/Type tab, modify the Driver Name.
  6. (Optional) In the JAR List tab, indicate or modify the path to the JAR or ZIP file associated with the driver.
  7. (Optional) In the Properties tab, modify the default properties for the driver definition template.
    Note: Options in the Properties tab vary based on database server type. You can edit or enter a property in the Value box.
  8. Click OK.

 
 
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