Executing SQL towards a MySQL instance running on
3306. The parameter
"-drivername MYSQL" specifies that we are using a JDBC driver specified in the DbVisualizer tool named
MYSQL. For listing of the existing drivers use the Tools->Driver Manager in the DbVisualizer tool. Read more in Installing a JDBC Driver.
An alternative to use the
-drivername you may use the parameters
-driverpath to specify the JDBC driver.
The above example connects to an Oracle instance on
localhost and port
1521. Note that the separator character ':' between the different jar files is platform dependant. On Windows-based desktop platforms, the value of this field is the semicolon ";".