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Properties Management

With the CUBRID Manager, you can set the operation environment of the service, the database, the Broker, the Manager server and the Query editor. Configuration can be set in steps and consists of the following structures:


Help Setting

You can set whether the Help is displayed through the internal Help window or the external browser. You can also select the open mode when the Help is executed as an Eclipse plug-in.

Basic Information Setting

You can set the following through basic information setting:

  • Whether the CUBRID Manager window is open in the maximum size or the previous size
  • Whether to always exit without prompt when CUBRID Manager exits.
  • Whether to show or not CUBRID News on startup(available when system locale is set to KR)
  • Whether the information window opens with a single or double click in the navigation tree. (The default value is double click.)
JDBC Driver Setting


Multiple JDBC drivers are supported in CUBRID 2008 R2.1 or later. To access database in version earlier than 2.1, you can configure additional version of CUBRID JDBC driver. The CUBRID JDBC drivers are contained in cubridmanager/plugins. In CUBRID Manager R2.1, in general, you can access the corresponding version of database server by using CUBRID-JDBC-8.2.1.x. As multiple JDBC drivers are supported, you can use access the earlier version of database than the version of CUBRID Manager to execute queries. To do it, go to [Default Configuration] > [JDBC Driver Configuration] and configure additional JDBC driver that you will use.

However, depending on the version of the database server that is being connected to, there might be some restricted functions. For example, while the functions in the left tree structure work normally in the database of CUBRID 2008 R2.0 or higher, they do not work in earlier versions of the database. In addition, query editing or executing will work normally in the database of CUBRID 2008 R1.4 or higher, but will not work in earlier versions.

Monitoring Dashboard

You can set the color for each status of hosts, database servers, or brokers in the monitoring dashboard.


Import Options Setting

Set which strings will be regarded as NULL value during importing or updating.


Query Editor Option

Sets the parameters that are to be applied when a connection to the database is made through the Query editor. For more information, see Query Editor Option.

Service Operation Setting

Sets the options related to the service operation. You may set automatic database startup.

Server-Common/-Specific Parameter Setting

Sets database common parameters. For more information, see Database Configuration.

HA Setting

Sets database HA parameters.


Specific Broker Variable Setting

Sets broker information. For more information, see Broker Menu.

Connection Information Setting

You can set the port for the database connection and the character set through connection information setting.

Configure Parameter

More direct way to configure parameter for admin user is right-clicking a certain host node, select [Configure Parameter].


Edit Configuration File

There are four configuration file can be directly edited including cubrid.conf, cubrid_broker.conf, cm.conf and ha.conf (if this server is HA server and CUBRID version is after 2008R 4.0). For example, if you want to edit cubrid.conf directly, you need click [Edit Cubrid Config], then an editor shown the cubrid.conf will be opened.


You can edit the opened file directly and click the icon_save.png icon on the top-left to save to the server.

If you click the icon_open.png icon, you can open a local file to this editor.


If you want save the content in the editor, you can click the icon_saveas.png icon on the top-left of editor.


You can import a certain file by an import action. For example, if you want to import cubrid.conf directly, you need click [Import Config File].


You can export a certain file by an export action. For example, if you want to export cubrid.conf directly, you can click [Export Config File].