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How do I append data from mulitple tables in an access database to a single text file?

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I need to write a program to create a single text file from 3 different tables with Access 2002.  Line 1 of the text file is written from the 1st table then multiple lines of text are appended from a second table & lastly, a single line of text is appended from a third table.  I am using DoCmd.TransferText to create 3 different text files & then manually cut & paste into 1 text file.  Any ideas or code would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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Hai,
      you can use JDBC for connecting to the database and it contains all the methods to retrive the data from the database.
give me the structure of your tables.

I think below link contains all the code to connect to a database
http://www.developer.com/db/article.php/3571661
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Why not create a report (in Access) and then export that report to text file.
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