Native connections are direct connections to the DB that do not need drivers to be installed.
You can set up native connections for the following DBs:
If you prefer to establish a connection by means of a driver, see the following topics:
To set up a native connection, follow the steps below. You will need the following information: host name, port, database name, username, and password.
2.Select the DB you want to connect to (MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite).
3.In the dialog that appears, enter the host ( for example, localhost), optionally the port (typically 5432), SSL Mode in the case of MySQL, the database name, username, and password in the corresponding boxes.
For detailed information about SQLite connections, see the topic SQLite Connection.
Notes for PostrgreSQL
If the PostgreSQL database server is on a different machine, note the following:
•The PostgreSQL database server must be configured to accept connections from clients. Specifically, the pg_hba.conf file must be configured to allow non-local connections. Secondly, the postgresql.conf file must be configured to listen on specified IP address(es) and port. For more information, check the PostgreSQL documentation (https://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.5/static/client-authentication-problems.html).
•The server machine must be configured to accept connections on the designated port (typically, 5432) through the firewall. For example, on a database server running on Windows, a rule may need to be created to allow connections on port 5432 through the firewall, from Control Panel > Windows Firewall > Advanced Settings > Inbound Rules.