I want to use Java and JDBC with a Microsoft Access database. Do I have to use the JDBC-ODBC bridge? Is there a faster JDBC bridge for Access? Is it free or does it cost? Also must I create an ODBC datasource in Control Panel to make the Java-Access connection? If I do is there a way to create the ODBC datasource through Java code inside a Java applicaton so that users do not have to create the ODBC datasource themselves?
>>Also must I create an ODBC datasource in Control Panel to make the Java-Access connection?<<
>> If I do is there a way to create the ODBC datasource through Java code inside a Java applicaton so that
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Viewers will learn how to properly install Eclipse with the necessary JDK, and will take a look at an introductory Java program.
Download Eclipse installation zip file:
Extract files from zip file:
Download and install JDK 8:
Open Eclipse and …