If you wish to connect to a SQL database, you need a JDBC driver for your database.
You can usually download the driver from your database vendor’s website. Some common vendors are:
Tweakstreet looks for JDBC drivers in the directory
You need to copy the jar file containing your database driver to this directory.
This folder is usually at:
Tweakstreet requires a Java Runtime Environment. It comes bundled with an OpenJDK Java Runtime Environment so that you don’t usually have to specify your JRE location.
If you wish to use a non-bundled JRE that you already have installed, you need to set the environment variable
TWEAKSTREET_JAVA_HOME to the home folder of your JRE, and tweakstreet will use that JRE.