Using Java and Microsoft Access

Posted on 2007-11-19
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
Im developing a web page and Im using some java app's along with the page and would like to know if there are some good links or info that you all could help me out with in creating a connection to an Access database through java. That is if its possible! :)

Thanks in advance!!
Question by:Carter_Machinery
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mr_egyptian earned 80 total points
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I don't think I'd recommend this, but here is an article on how to do this:

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Do you have a recommendation mr egyptian?
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A couple of open source alternatives, both of which are more scalable and non-proprietary:


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Thanks for the info!!
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objects earned 45 total points
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hypersonic or derby would be another couple of alternatives

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