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Netbeans and MS Access

 
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I could not find much help on how to create dateabse connection with netbeans.

I am trying to access tables in MS Access using the netbeans. Can anyone help??

I tried to add the driver from
Runtime-database-drivers-(JDBC-ODBC-DRIVER)-Connect Using
Name : JDBC-ODBC-BRIDGE
Database URL : jdbc dbc:<DB>

the DB part i put in d:/java/db4.mdb- the path where my database file is
But i could not make a connection


When i run the code below using a command prompt There is no problem

 
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Java will connect as its loading a file via JDBC have you added a ODBC connection from the control panel in administrative tools?

As once you have done that Netbeans will be able to find it.
check here http://wiki.netbeans.org/AccessMssql google is your friend
 
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