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Download Free Evaluation Version

To download a free 30-day evaluation version of DB Solo - SQL Query Tool, use the links below. After the evaluation period you must either purchase a valid license or uninstall the software.

DB Solo comes with a bundled JRE (except the 'No Bundled JRE' Linux version or on Mac OS X), so there is no need for you to download a separate JRE. DB Solo supports Windows, Solaris and Linux environments.

Before clicking on the download button below, carefully read the terms of the license agreement. By clicking and downloading the software you are consenting to be bound by the license agreement. Do not click on download unless you agree to all terms of the license agreement.

DB Solo 5.0 Beta 1

Platform Size
Windows 32-Bit 56 MB Download Windows
Windows 64-Bit 57 MB Download Windows
Mac OS X (Intel) 41 MB Download Mac OS X
Linux 59 MB Download Linux
Linux - No Bundled JRE 39 MB Download Linux
Solaris (Sparc) 61 MB Download Solaris

DB Solo 4.3

Platform Size
Windows 32-Bit 53 MB Download Windows
Windows 64-Bit 54 MB Download Windows
Mac OS X (Intel) 38 MB Download Mac OS X
Linux 56 MB Download Linux
Linux - No Bundled JRE 36 MB Download Linux
Solaris (Sparc) 59 MB Download Solaris

Looking for older versions? You can find them here

Installation Instructions

1) Download and Install.

Download the correct installation program for your operating system using the links above. After the download is complete, run the executable and follow the instructions.

2) JDBC Driver.

DB Solo uses JDBC to connect to your database server. This means that you will need the appropriate JDBC driver to be able to communicate with your DB server. DB Solo comes with JDBC drivers for MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, SQLite, Sybase ASE / ASA, DB2, PostgreSQL and Oracle. If you are using one of these products, you can skip the JDBC driver section and move on to section 3.

Solid

If you have the Solid SDK installed, you should find the SolidDriver2.0.jar driver file in the jdbc directory. If you do not have the Solid JDBC driver, go to http://www.solidtech.com/dev_download.shtml

Vertica

You need to download the Vertica JDBC driver from the HP Vertica website http://www.vertica.com/

After downloading and saving the driver .jar file, go to Tools/JDBC Drivers and click on 'New'. Select the driver type that corresponds to your database server vendor and click the folder button to select a .jar file. Select the file you downloaded and enter a name for your driver and click on 'Add'. You new driver should appear on the list on the left side of the 'JDBC Drivers' dialog.

3) Server Connection.

View documentation for more information on how to add a new server connection.

 

 

 

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