Databases can be indexed in LucidWorks Enterprise by creating a Database Data Source. Records in the database are accessed using a JDBC connection and are then mapped into fields. When setting up a database as a data source, the JDBC Driver for the database must already be available to LucidWorks Enterprise. For more information on JDBC drivers and how to obtain them, see this article in Wikipedia. Drivers used with LucidWorks Enterprise should be compliant with the JDBC 4 specification. Drivers compliant with the JDBC 3 specification can still be used, but the class name will need to be entered manually on the Database Data Source form.
Drivers that have been previously loaded are listed at the top of the screen, and can be removed by clicking the Remove button if necessary. To load a driver, use the file selector to choose the file (it must be on your local hard drive) and click Add.
An alternative method would be to use the JDBC driver API to load the driver. After the JDBC Driver is properly loaded, the Database Data Source is configured by specifying the URL connection to the database, along with connection details like username and password.