JDBC driver reports the properties it supports via getPropertyInfo method. It currently reports the property names as simple strings, like "enforceJoinOrder". However, when the properties are processed on connect they are looked up with prefix "ignite.jdbc", e.g. "ignite.jdbc.enforceJoinOrder".
Because of this UI tools like DBeaver can't properly pass the properties to Ignite. For example, when "enforceJoinOrder" is set to true in "Connection settings" -> "Driver properties" menu of DBeaver it has no effect.