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Importing a csv file into Java and updating an Access table

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I need to import a csv file and then put the data from the file into an MS Access DB table.
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You can do this from Access directly or (if you need to do it programmatically) you can read in the file (using StringToken or StreamToken) and write to the database using JDBC.
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Thanks for your answer mlorton
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