Originally posted by Zein Nunna: Thanks for your reply Naseem, but I mentioned I'm using Tomcat, but forgot to state I am also using JNDI etc.. hence for I need a .jar file that I put in the ...common/lib folder.
MySQL and other DB's have drivers, I assumed that MS Access would also have one??
Just as a side note, be aware that the JDBC/ODBC bridge is not meant to be used in a multi-threaded enviromnent like a web application. It has serious shortcomings in this regard (as does Access itself). Make sure you only ever have a single thread using it.
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