As an alternative to start DbVisualizer via the menu items and icons created by the installer, you can also start DbVisualizer from a shell (terminal) on all operating systems using the following scripts:
The scripts supports a number of command line arguments. These are also listed in the Help->About menu choice, under the Command Line tab, in DbVisualizer.
Please note that these scripts use the first Java version that is found in the PATH. The result may be that a non supported Java version is used.
You can specify a specific version by setting the environment variable
JAVA_EXEC to point at an executable Java (note: set this using the operating system's mechanism, not by editing the dbvisgui script).
(adjust paths to match your environment)
- From the command line before launching
- In your own script:
call "d:\Program Files\DbVisualizer\dbvisgui.bat"
- Using the system control panel (type "Windows + X", click System -> Advanced System Settings -> Environment Variables):