Data Warehouse Driver Version

Find out the version of your JDBC driver

If you have issues with your Data Warehouse connection, GoodData Support may ask you to provide the version number of the JDBC driver that you are using.

If you have downloaded the driver from the Downloads page at, locate the driver version through one of the following methods: - When the ZIP file is unzipped, the driver version number is embedded in the filename.

-   If you no longer have the ZIP file, the version number can be retrieved through standard method calls on the Data Warehouse driver.

    ``` text
    Driver.getMajorVersion() & Driver.getMinorVersion()

    ``` text
    DatabaseMetaData.getDriverMinorVersion() & DatabaseMetaData.getDriverMajorVersion()

    ``` text

Find out the end-of-life date of your driver version

We guarantee support for any version of the JDBC driver for six months after the release date of the next driver version. We may prolong support for any driver beyond this six month period but do not guarantee it in any way.

After we drop support of a version, the driver of this version stops working, and you start receiving an error message.

We recommend that you always keep your JDBC driver at the latest version available on the Downloads page at

The following table contains the end-of-life dates for the driver versions that are currently supported:

3.5.6February 24, 2024TBD
3.5.5February 24, 2024TBD
3.5.1February 24, 2024TBD
3.3.0March 19, 2020TBD

The versions that are not present in the table are not supported. If you are still using an unsupported version, upgrade to the latest version as soon as possible.