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I got a problem, I want connect to a MS Access database, and I found when I get connected, I only can use the READ_ONLY concurrency, HOW I CAN MODIFY the Access database? Help. Please.
By the way, can I create a connection without building a 32-bits database source in the Windows, I need to imagrate the app programs to another computer.
Thanks !
[This message has been edited by fengzixuan zheng (edited August 18, 2001).]
 
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Use CONCUR_UPDATABLE constant in the createStatement() method. This is only since 1.2, so if you are using the jdbc/odbc driver from 1.1x you are out of luck.
BTW, you don't even need a DSN; just use
url = "jdbc dbc:MS Access Database;DBQ=path-to-database"
Gary
 
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THANK U, Labowitz
But I'm using JDK1.3, I will try again .
What database do U suggest to use when developing a databased-project ?
Thank U again!
 
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For small projects, MS Access will do fine. But I would suggest using MySQL (www.mysql.com) because it's lightning fast and it's FREE too (and it works on both Windows and *nix).
Good luck!
 
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