Not sure if you are asking for the connection strings or the form for JDBC, so I'll give you both in this little snippet. You need to first create an ODBC driver using MS' ODBC manager. Go to the control panel, and depending on the version of Windows you are on, you will either see an Icon that says Data Sources (ODBC) or you will see Administrative Tools. If the latter, ODBC is in the next level. Open up the manager and select the System DSN tab. Click add to add a new driver. You will need to select Microsoft Access Driver as the type, give it a name (for the example we'll use myDriver) and point it the Access database you want it to work with. Save it and you're ready.
Basic JDBC code will look like this:
[ July 01, 2004: Message edited by: Hoss ]
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