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In these days i'm writing a java program and i must connect it to a database in the Access format, but i have not found any driver managers for Linux. I have Red Hat 7.3 and i already have installed unixODBC and the KDE utils to make DSN with database, but the only driver present is PostGreSQL.
Thanks Neo! Today i see in some sites that ODBC Access driver manager for Linux is not free and many sites sells it, so i think it is not possible to find it; for oracle i see an open source, but for Access nope :-(((
No, problem, in my company we are running a test webserver on RH7.3+apache+topmcat4 to serve JSP pages, and we are connecting to MS SQL database, let me find out what driver we are using. I'll hit you back tomorrow, I am at home right now.
Thanks neo i don't want that you make a lot of extra work to help me; you are really gentle, but for now i will code under Windows.
If one day you come find a solution thanks, but please don't search it too much.