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Terry Lee
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I'm new 2 all this but can i use java to access microsoft access databases and if so how easy is it 2 learn that JDBC package??
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Originally posted by Terry Lee:
I'm new 2 all this but can i use java to access microsoft access databases and if so how easy is it 2 learn that JDBC package??

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Now on to your questions:

Yes, you can use JDBC with Access. JDBC is easy to learn. I recommend starting with the JDBC tutorial.
 
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