Advanced/optional system settings : Global configuration : Target properties
 
Target properties
FortiDB uses JDBC to connect to target databases. You can configure the JDBC settings for a target using the Target page General tab. (For more information, see “Adding (or modifying) a target connection”.)
If you do not specify JDBC settings on the General tab, FortiDB uses the values of the following properties:
Property
Description
Additional Oracle JDBC Settings
A list of one or more key-value pairs to use for Oracle database connections.
Use a semicolon to separate list entries.
Additional SQL Server JDBC Settings
A list of one or more key-value pairs to use for Microsoft SQL database connections.
Use a semicolon to separate list entries.
If you use NTLM version 2 authentication, in the list, enter useNTLMv2=true.
In some cases, for Microsoft SQL server, ForceEncryption is set to No. To force the server to use SSL encryption, in the list, enter SSL=require.
Additional Sybase JDBC Settings
Enter one or more additional key-value pairs to use for Sybase database connections.
Use a semicolon to separate list entries.
To use a Sybase Encrypted Password connection (in Sybase server, set net password encryption reqd to 1 or 2), enter:
ENCRYPT_PASSWORD=true;RETRY_WITH_NO_ENCRYPTION=true;
JCE_PROVIDER_CLASS=org.bouncycastle.jce.provider.BouncyCastleProvider
To support an SSL-encrypted connection to the Sybase database, enter the following:
SYBSOCKET_FACTORY=com.fortinet.fortidb.target.internal.connection.SybaseSSL
Note: Database activity monitoring (DAM) using the TCP/IP sniffer is not available when FortiDB connects to Sybase using SSL.
Additional DB2 JDBC Settings
A list of one or more key-value pairs for DB2 database connections.
Use a semicolon to separate list entries.
Additional MySQL JDBC Settings
A list of one or more additional key-value pairs for MySQL database connections.
Use a semicolon to separate list entries.
See also
Adding (or modifying) a target connection