Re: JDBC-ODBC connectivity
On Tue, 17 Oct 2006 18:15:54 +0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote
control panel->administrative tool->data sources
ODBC ->from user data sources select MS access data
base-> from the driver list select Driver to database
Access(*.mdb)->Finish ->data source name =employee
(database name)->click on select button from there i
select the database and the path will appear infront
url = "jdbc:odbc:employee";
connect = DriverManager.getConnection (url,userid,pass);
output.append ("connection successful\n");
1. you do not need to setup data-sources,, JDBC does not use that crap.
JDBC ODBC bridge can use DSN's, but does not have to.
2. you need to use the correct ODBC library for your database. (what database
are you using)
The original poster both state he is using Access and that he is using
the correct ODBC driver.
3. your URL is WRONG!!
The URL is correct for using JDBC ODBC bridge with a DSN.
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