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How OS facilitates application developed by any language to connect to any RDBMS
1.How does it happen on windows
2.How does it happen in Unix/Linux(Red Hat)

How Application developed in Simple Java program can interact with Excel and MSACESS.

Please provide detailed explanation to understand this concept clearly

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Programmatically, there are various APIs that provide access to database servers. Under Windows these include ODBC and Microsoft ADO. So long as there is a provider- software that interfaces a database to ADO, then the database can be accessed. Windows from 2000 has this built in.

Connecting Java with MS-Access

http://www.sourcecodesworld.com/source/show.asp?ScriptId=1160
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