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REST Web Service with MS Access database

 
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Hello to all of you on this forum.

I am developing a small web application for a faculty project. I have created four jsf pages with forms for input/update.
Now I have to create a web service that will either fill combo box or generate id, and set it to the text field, from database.
I have found tutorials for REST web services that use database generated in netbeans.
Can anyone tell me how to connect web service with already created ms access database?


 
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The server-side implementation of a REST WS is just a Java class like any other - it would access any DB the same way that any other Java class would. What particular difficulty are you facing when trying to implement this with Access?
 
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