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Jesse Walker
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I have been able to retrieve data from a tabel and insert data into a Table, I was wondering if I made a form inside Microsoft access, could I access that form and input data into the fields?
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Jesse
Mr. C Lamont Gilbert
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In what way?
Jesse Walker
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I went to insert data from a table and then print the form without the user every seeing the form being open. If possible
Mr. C Lamont Gilbert
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Through Java code? Yes you can do this. Just create a ODBC datasource in windows and connect it to the database. Check the windows control panel or administrative tools for Datasource(ODBC) utility.

Then you connect to the datasource with your java code.
 
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