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Hi,

If you are aware about any driver available to connect to MS Access Database please let me know.

I am not open to use ODBC driver for my application. I require some other driver or methodology to have a connection to MS Access.

Thanks in Advance..
Ratheesh
 
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Have a look at HXTT Access. Also, Sun maintains a database of available JDBC drivers.
 
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Hi,

Thanks!
I could download the JAR file and use it successfully..
But can I can re-dirstribute this JAR to a production environment? Is this a licenced one?

Thanks for your valuable help..

Ratheesh
 
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