It should be sufficient to put the drivers jar in your jars folder according to SQL Plugins docs. But it also mentiones that this doesn't work in some environments.

Dale Anson wrote:
Somewhat related, and maybe this better belongs on the developer list -- 
I borrowed some code from Ant and included it in DbConsole 
(dbconsole.sourceforge.net).  Take a look at the ise.launcher.Launcher 
class.  It automatically looks in a few well defined locations for jar 
files for db drivers, so there is nothing for the end user to do but 
copy their driver jar (or zip) into one of those directories.  It might 
be a useful addition to the SQL plugin to provide this feature.

Dale


Vampire wrote:
  
Did you try to add the drivers jar file to SQL Plugins class path via 
SQL Plugins Option Pane "JDBC" which is the preferred way of installing 
new server drivers according to SQLs docs?

Vladimir Oleynik wrote:

  
    
Hello Everybody,

Does anyone use sqlite successfully with jedit?
I've tried to add sqlite's JDBC2 lib to the jedit's jars folder but SQL  
plugin (the latest version) seem to ignore it.
Sergey, is there any workaround to make those things working?

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