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JDBC Driver for DB2

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Latest Release Date
March 13, 2020
Initial Release Date
March 13, 2020


This DB2 JDBC driver is provided by IBM and can be used in Collibra Catalog.

We certified this driver in Collibra Catalog using the version 4.26.14. To download the DB2 driver, visit IBM DB2 drivers and click here to download the documentation. You need to have an IBM account in order to be able to download the driver.

To register the IBM-provided sources, use the section ‘Collibra provided drivers’ in Collibra Catalog. Leveraging this driver, Collibra Catalog will be able to register database information and extract the structure of the source into its schemas, tables and columns.

Using this driver to ingest and profile metadata on the Collibra Platform is payable and covered by a license.

Collibra JDBC drivers can retrieve the following database components:

  • Schemas
  • Tables
  • Views
  • Columns
  • Primary keys
  • Foreign keys

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Release Notes

The driver has been tested with the username/password authentication scheme for the following:

  • Ingestion of technical metadata from the source.
  • Profiling of the registered data source and calculating the statistics that describe the data.
  • Collibra Platform 5.7
  • DB2 8.1 and higher
License Requirements
  • Collibra Catalog
  • Metadata Connector
  • IBM DB2

No previous versions of this listing is available.

Support is provided for the template without changes to the way it works.

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You require a license to download and use JDBC drivers. Please contact your sales representative or Customer Advisory Manager for more information.

The license fee for JDBC drivers depends on the number of Connected Systems. This can be any data source which you register on Collibra Platform using any certified JDBC driver available on Collibra Marketplace.

This license fee covers metadata ingestion and basic profiling, regardless of volume and amount of tables or columns.

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