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Urgent !! why ? no suitable driver ???

Roy Sin
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Joined: Mar 12, 2002
Posts: 10
hi,
i created a program to insert items into the MS Access database. it works fine on my side but when i sent it to my user, they keep getting "No suitable driver". I am using window 2000 and they are using window NT. Could it be this is the error ? my code is below. I did not want them to create the driver so i read my jdbc-odbc connection from a text file. Below is the code

and my text file has the following lines :

pls help.....
Roy
 
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