Data source connections can be used in Logi JReport as plugins. A connection plugin can have its own drivers, configuration dialog, and logo icon. The configuration dialog defined in a plugin can be used to create a connection to the database and can get drivers from the plugin. Currently Logi JReport provides three plugins for these databases: Oracle, MySQL, and SQL Server, which are stored in the
To set up a connection to connect to the Oracle/MySQL/SQL Server database via plugin:
- Do one of the following to start:
- On the Start Page, select Oracle, MySQL or SQL Server in the Connect category. In the Create Connection dialog, specify an existing catalog or create a new one and select OK.
- In the Catalog Manager, right-click a data source and select New JDBC Connection from the shortcut menu, then select Oracle, MySQL or SQL Server in the Select Connection Type dialog.
- In the Catalog Manager, select a data source and select New Data Source on the toolbar. In the New Data Source dialog, specify the name of the data source, then select the Oracle, MySQL or SQL Server connection type and select OK.
- In the Connect to Oracle/MySQL/SQL Server dialog, provide the necessary information to connect to the database. If you want to use URL to specify the connection information, select the Show URL checkbox and then configure the necessary information. To test whether the specified information is workable, select the Test Connection button. If your database has some special requirements, you can select the More Options button to modify the options according to your requirements.
- Select OK and the connection will be added in the specified catalog in the Catalog Manager.
You can then add DBMS objects from the database into the Logi JReport catalog via the connection.
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