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JDBC via ODBC Java/JEE MS-Access replicant problem

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We need to get a replicant column defined in MS-ACCESS in a JAVA/JEE application thru the JDBC via ODBC driver (SUN). We get an error message (Numéric values out of limit).
How can we get back this value ? What type do we have to use ?
Thanks for help
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In MS Access integer goes to 32K --> 32768 plus or minus
Larger values are Long.

What type of values are you retrieving?  Whole numbers? Decimals? Single?  Double?
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