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How to write a jdbc driver ?

 
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Hi, I want to write a jdbc driver for an access database and I could use some help (source code or links maybe a tutorial on how to do it).Don't want to use odbc just jdbc to connect to the database.One more question : is it possible to connect to a database just specifing the path and the name of the database ?
Tanks.
 
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Why reinvent the wheel? Is there any reason for writing your own driver other than seeing if you can do it?
 
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Originally posted by Berciu Ioan:
Hi, I want to write a jdbc driver for an access database and I could use some help (source code or links maybe a tutorial on how to do it).Don't want to use odbc just jdbc to connect to the database.One more question : is it possible to connect to a database just specifing the path and the name of the database ?
Tanks.


see "Displaying Records from the Database with Java Servlets by Faisal Khan.
http://www.stardeveloper.com:8080/articles/display.html?article=2001062501&page=1
 
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