GenRocket can support any database as long as there is a JDBC driver available. Oracle, SQL Server, and DB2 have JDBC drivers available, so GenRocket can connect to these databases easily. 

For NoSQL, like MongoDB, GenRocket has a MongoDBReceiver that can connect to MongoDB and populate the data. 

GenRocket is a component-based architecture where a Receiver is one of the components that we keep adding more into our store all the time. 

If there is a specific request for a specific database that does not have a JDBC driver available, we can create a new Receiver for it quickly.

Note: To see a full list of GenRocket supported databases, click here.