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Hi, how can I use ODBC in mac with JDBC? Is it different from Microsoft's? Could anyone tell me some links/tutorials that could teach me how to connect ODBC with JDBC in Mac? Thanks a lot guys
 
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{Bear edit: OK, I completely misunderstood your question -- sorry about that, pre-caffiene mind blank -- so I removed my response. I thought you were asking about running Access/MSSQL on a Mac. Duh!]
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I did a google and found this link FAQ: ODBC on the Mac

If you use a ODBC-JDBC Bridge I think that it'll work as it does on a PC. - You can also just use ODBC - I think.

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