Databases & DriversDatabases & Drivers

Supported Operating Systems

OS Support:
Windows Vista SP2,
Windows 7 SP1,
Windows 8
Ubuntu Linux
Mac OS X 10.7.3+
(For details check Java Certified Systems)

Java 7 is recommended

Java 8 info

Supported Databases

These are the databases tested with DbVisualizer. Use the links to show JDBC driver information, database specific support and specific DbVisualizer features supported for each of the databases.

Database Tested
JDBC Driver Database Specific
DB2 LUW 8.2+, 9.7, 10.x Info Read More List
H2 1.3, 1.4 Info Read More List
Informix 9, 10, 11, 12 Info Read More List
JavaDB/Derby 10 Info Read More List
Microsoft SQL Server 2000-2014 Info Read More List
Mimer SQL 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, 10 Info Read More List
MySQL 3.23, 4, 5 Info Read More List
NuoDB 2.0.4 Info Read More List
Oracle 8i, 9i, 10g, 11g, 12c Info Read More List
PostgreSQL 8, 9 Info Read More List
SQLite 3.6, 3.8.6 Info Read More List
Sybase ASE 12.5, 15 Info Read More List
Vertica 6.1.3, 7.0, 7.1 Info Read More List

Other Databases

Any database that can be accessed with a JDBC driver can be used with DbVisualizer. While we do not test with all of them ourselves, we try to help out with these as well if things don't work as expected. Many of our customers successfully use DbVisualizer with the following databases:

Database JDBC Driver Database Specific
Amazon Redshift
Cache Info
DB2 iSeries Download the DB2 iSeries JDBC driver
DB2 z/OS Read More DB2 z/OS is not officially supported but
there is partial database specific support
FrontBase Info
HiveServer2 Check this document what is required and how to setup DbVisualizer to connect with HiveServer2.
HP Neoview Read More HP Neoview is not officially supported but
there is partial database specific support
MS Access
Pervasive Info
Sybase IQ
Sybase SQL Anywhere Info

Who Uses DbVisualizer


Customer Testimonial:
I'll start by saying that I was very impressed with the product. I was searching Java resource sites for a Java 'MsQuery'-type tool and didn't expect to find something that looks as professional as DbVisualiser for free
Gary Smith