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Hi Everybody,

    Can anybody please assist me in doing the following.
 
    I have oracle Database on one end and Ms access database on the other end.   I need to get few tables of Oracle database into Ms Access database.  
1.  How to establish connection to oracle database using Ms Access coding and How to load the similar structure tables MS access using Access backend coding.

Regards,
Sridhar.
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Bob Lamberson earned 200 total points
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Hi ,
this should get you started.
http://www.orafaq.com/faqodbc.htm#ACCESSATTCH

Bob
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