For most databases, there are pure JDBC drivers from the database vendor or third parties. First look in the Tools->Driver Manager in DbVisualizer to find out if the database you are looking to access is already defined. If not, try searching the net for the name of your database plus the term "JDBC driver".
If the data source you are looking to connect in DbVisualizer is only available with a ODBC driver, you find a few alternatives below. Note that we have have no relationship with any of these vendors nor have we thoroughly tested any of them with DbVisualizer. In other words, please make sure that the driver works fine before committing to one of them (or perhaps other alternatives not listed here).
For technical assistance setting up or using the following drivers, please contact respective author.
Easysoft JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver
This is a commercial JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver, available here: http://www.easysoft.com/products/data_access/jdbc_odbc_bridge/
The Working with ODBC data in DbVisualizer page at the Easysoft web site explains how to use it with DbVisualizer.
CData JDBC-ODBC Bridge
This is a commercial JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver, available here: https://www.cdata.com/drivers/bridge/jdbc/
The Using JDBC / DbVisualizer page at the CData web site explains how to use it with DbVisualizer.