CloudBeaver Documentation


Driver management

CloudBeaver supports almost any database which has a JDBC driver.
It generally supports all drivers supported by DBeaver.

By default, we do not enable all DBeaver drivers in CloudBeaver. They must be added to the server configuration on demand.
You can patch CloudBeaver sources (pom.xml and plugin.xml), build the project and re-pack docker image.

Adding new driver dependencies

Driver dependencies are configured in the folder server/drivers.
In order to add a new driver:

  • Create new folder for a new driver
  • Copy the POM file from any another driver config to the new directory
  • Change the module name and driver dependencies in the new POM file

Example of PostgreSQL driver config:

<project xmlns="" xmlns:xsi=""




Adding a new driver to the server

Enabled drivers are configured in the file, server/bundles/io.cloudbeaver.resources.drivers.base/plugin.xml.
You can copy an existing driver configuration to add a new one.

There are 3 configuration lines for each driver:

  1. <resource name="drivers/driver-name" /> - says that the file-system folder drivers/driver-name can be used to load driver jars.
  2. <bundle id="drivers.driver-name" /> - needed for driver configuration enable in the DBeaver platform
  3. <driver id="generic:driver-name" /> - enabled the DBeaver driver in CloudBeaver. The driver ID can be found in the DBeaver platform (in one of the database-specific plugin.xml files).