Database JDBC Drivers
We recommend that you use the bundled JDBC 4 driver.
If you want to use a later driver, you can download it from the PostgreSQL website. The JDBC 41 driver will work under the 1.8 JVM.
|Database Setup for PostgreSQL|
|Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server download|
We recommend that you use the bundled Type 4 JDBC driver.
If you decide to use a later version, we may not be able to provide support for any problems you encounter.
|Database setup for Microsoft SQL Server|
This driver is deprecated. New Confluence installations use the Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server (above).
If you're upgrading an existing Confluence site to Confluence 6.4 you should continue to use the bundled jTDS driver. We'll help you migrate to the Microsoft driver in a later release.
Due to licensing constraints, MySQL drivers are not bundled with Confluence.
Confluence is currently tested with the 5.1.42 driver.
The latest driver (8.x) is not currently supported.
|Database setup for MySQL|
Due to licensing constraints, Oracle drivers are not bundled with Confluence.
For Oracle 12c (R1 and R2) use the 12.2.0.x driver (ojdbc8.jar)
We recommend using the thin drivers only. See the Oracle JDBC driver FAQ.
|Database setup for Oracle|
If you attempt to use an unsupported or custom JDBC driver (or a
driverClassName from an unsupported or custom driver in your JINDI datasource connection) collaborative editing will fail. You must use a supported driver.