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Connecting to MS Access using Oracle stored procedures and JDBC

M VS
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Joined: Nov 16, 2004
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Hi All,

How to access MS Access Database from Oracle Stored Procedure.

With Regards,
mvsp777
Paul Sturrock
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Simple answer is: you can't. What I'd do, if you are stuck using the poor excuse for a database Access is, is create the model currently held in Access as a schema in Oracle, then use the linked table manager in Access to link to it. Now you can access your data with any Oracle feature, but still have an Access front end to it.


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"M VS",

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