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How To Access An MS Access Database from a Java Application

I use JDK1.2, how can I access an MS Access database from a Java application?
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AmyS
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aziz061097Commented:
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/9841/jdbc.html

This site has full explanation (using jdbc) and working examples. If you download the Querysrc.zip and compile the java programs and run QueryFrame you can connect to any ODBC database including MS Access and run any SQL command on it.
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AmySAuthor Commented:
Hi! aziz,
Thank you for your help! Could you explain the following in detail?
"If you download the Querysrc.zip and compile the java programs and run QueryFrame you can connect to any ODBC database including MS Access and run any SQL command on it."
I have installed MC Access office 97 in my computer, but I can not find it in 32bit ODBC driver. I compile/run my application programs in DOS. I don't know what the "QueryFrame" is. Need I download the Querysrc.zip?
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AmySAuthor Commented:
10 points to aziz
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aziz061097Commented:
Amy ,

    Sorry for not looking in to this . I did not know that you had a question . I hope I had answered to you in detail about connecting an ODBC . If you connect to the site you will see that there is quite some explanation there. The programs explained there can be downloaded and the download format is .zip file. If you extract the zip file you will get a bunch of java files . Compile those java files

javac *.java

and then run

java QueryFrame


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