Starting in Looker 5.14 you will need to configure a Data Virtuality driver. These instructions describe that process, assuming use of a startup script similar to the examples provided here.
At a high level, you will need to acquire a Data Virtuality driver JAR, include it as part of the startup process, and add an option to tell Looker to access it.
Installing the driver
1. Move the driver JAR to a subdirectory.
# log in as the looker user cd ~/looker mkdir ~/looker/custom_jdbc_drivers mv ~/datavirtuality-jdbc.jar ~/looker/custom_jdbc_drivers/datavirtuality-jdbc.jar
2. Create a configuration file
~/looker directory, create a configuration file if one does not exist to tell Looker to use the new driver.
and add the following
- name: datavirtuality file_name: datavirtuality/custom_jdbc_drivers/datavirtuality-jdbc.jar module_path: com.datavirtuality.dv.jdbc.Driver
3. Tell Looker to use the new driver
and add the
--use-custom-jdbc-config to the list of
LOOKERARGS environment variable. Make sure to leave any other configs that are set there.
4. Restart Looker