Community Edition 7.3.4
Released on February 1, 2021 (Milestones).
Enterprise Edition 7.3.0
Released on December 7, 2020
Mac OS X
Note: plugin is compatible with Eclipse platform (from Neon to 2020-09). Required plugins: gef and draw2d.
Enterprise Edition features:
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Whether on the cloud or on-premises, developing Java applications with Oracle Autonomous Databases is fast and simple. Java developers can take advantage of the latest features, such as Oracle Autonomous Database, performance self-tuning, high availability, in-memory processing, and pluggable databases to design and develop a high performant, scalable, and reliable applications. Microsoft OLE DB Driver 18.5 for SQL Server is the latest general availability (GA) version. If you have a previous version of Microsoft OLE DB Driver 18 for SQL Server installed, installing 18.5 upgrades it to 18.5. Download Microsoft OLE DB Driver for SQL Server (x64) Download Microsoft OLE DB Driver for SQL Server (x86) Version information.
Tested and verified for MS Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
- Ensure you have a JDK installed, if not, download here (For 64-bit Intel Macs, download Java for Mac OS X 10.5, Update 1. For the latest version of Mac OS, use the Software Update feature) Download the file for OS X on the Downloads page; Double-click the SQL Developer icon.
- Download the 64-bit driver for your distribution under Hortonworks ODBC Driver for Apache Hive. For installation instructions, expand the Hortonworks ODBC Driver for Apache Hive (v126.96.36.199) entry and click Documentation under the list of operating systems to open the 'Hortonworks Hive ODBC Driver User Guide.'
- Download the driver you need by visiting the DB2 Fix Packs by Version page or the IBM Data Server Client Packages fix pack page, which contain links to all available Fix Packs The following command will retrieve the JCC driver version if executed from the command line: java com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2Jcc -version; Or for drivers that are not yet installed.
Windows installer – run installer executable. It will automatically upgrade version (if needed).
MacOS DMG – just run it and drag-n-drop DBeaver into Applications.
Debian package – run
sudo dpkg -i dbeaver-<version>.deb. Then execute “dbeaver &”.
RPM package – run
sudo rpm -ivh dbeaver-<version>.rpm. Then execute “dbeaver &”. Note: to upgrade use “-Uvh” parameter.
ZIP archive – extract archive and run “
dbeaver” executable. Do not extract archive over previous version (remove previous version before install).
Upgrade – don’t be afraid to remove previous DBeaver version – your settings won’t be lost. All settings are kept in the separate folder (DBeaverData in user home)
DBeaver requires Java 11 or higher. Since version 7.3.1 all distributions include OpenJDK 11 bundle.
If you want to use you own locally installed Java you may delete folder “jre” in the DBeaver instllation folder.
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You can use PPA repository to easily install/upgrade DBeaver on Debian Linuxes. Mostly it is the same as regular Debian repo but it is hosted on Launchpad.
You may get latest build (EA version) of DBeaver. Usually it contains all major bug fixes found in current stable version. Just choose the archive corresponding to your OS and hardware from the following folder: EA version downloads.
Community Edition sources, issue tracker, older releases, etc: https://github.com/dbeaver/dbeaver
All recent DBeaver versions are available in the archive.
DBeaver is desktop application.
If you are looking for a web-based database management system – please check another of our products: CloudBeaver.
It is also open-source and free.
This feature will be removed in a future version of Windows. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature. Instead, use the ODBC driver provided by Oracle.
The Microsoft® ODBC Driver for Oracle allows you to connect your ODBC-compliant application to an Oracle database. The ODBC Driver for Oracle conforms to the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) specification described in the ODBC Programmer's Reference. It allows access to PL/SQL packages, XA/DTC integration, and Oracle access from within Internet Information Services (IIS).
Oracle RDBMS is a multiuser relational database management system that runs with various workstation and minicomputer operating systems. IBM-compatible computers running Microsoft Windows can communicate with Oracle database servers over a network. Supported networks include Microsoft LAN Manager, NetWare, VINES, DECnet, and any network that supports TCP/IP.
The ODBC Driver for Oracle enables an application to access data in an Oracle database through the ODBC interface. The driver can access local Oracle databases or it can communicate with the network through SQL*Net. The following diagram details this application and driver architecture.
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The ODBC Driver for Oracle complies with API Conformance Level 1 and SQL Conformance Level Core. It also supports some functions in API Conformance Level 2 and most of the grammar in the Core and Extended SQL conformance levels. The driver is ODBC 2.5 compliant and supports 32-bit systems. Oracle 7.3x is supported fully; Oracle8 has limited support. The ODBC Driver for Oracle does not support any of the new Oracle8 data types - Unicode data types, BLOBs, CLOBs, and so on - nor does it support Oracle's new Relational Object Model. For more information about supported data types, see Supported Data Types in this guide.
To access Oracle data, the following components are required:
The ODBC Driver for Oracle
An Oracle RDBMS database
Oracle Client Software
Additionally, for remote connections:
- A network that connects the computers that run the driver and the database. The network must support SQL*Net connections.
This guide contains detailed information about setting up and configuring the Microsoft ODBC Driver for Oracle and adding programmatic functionality. It also contains technical reference material.
For information regarding specific Oracle product behavior, consult the documentation that accompanies the Oracle product.
For information about setting up or configuring the Microsoft ODBC Driver for Oracle using the ODBC Data Source Administrator, see the ODBC Data Source Administrator documentation.
This section contains the following topics.