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Hibernate (MS Access Dialect) doesn't work

Jacky Luk
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Here is what I am doing:

https://www.asuswebstorage.com/navigate/s/3EDC9E0C8F994F2A9043EE50D979F796Y

Anyone sheds some lights on this?
Your help is greatly appreciated!
Thanks
Jack
Bill Gorder
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Your link will not work where I am so I have no idea what it says. But Hibernate does not have an MS Access Dialect.


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Jacky Luk
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Bill Gorder wrote:Your link will not work where I am so I have no idea what it says. But Hibernate does not have an MS Access Dialect.


Sorry, Bill, looking for methods to share videos from Asus web storage. Do you have any links to share video publicly and don't have to sign in?
Thanks
Jack
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Post your code as text. Few people are going to go to another site to watch a video.


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Jacky Luk
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Post your code as text. Few people are going to go to another site to watch a video.


hibernate.xml.cfg


hibernate.reveng.xml


Let me know if this lot of information is sufficient for your assistance.
Thanks
Jack

Jacky Luk
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Post your code as text. Few people are going to go to another site to watch a video.


hibernate.xml.cfg


hibernate.reveng.xml


Let me know if this lot of information is sufficient for your assistance.
http://youtu.be/3o__F6KOcAE

If there are some difficulties using hibernate with Access, Could anyone introduce some persistence technology for MS Access?

Thanks
Jack

Jacky Luk
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Any nice people would like to help me cut up some time for searching? Thanks
I have got no tables to select in the hibernate.reveng dialog
Jack
Bill Gorder
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I guess I would ask why Access? If you are set on that path you can check the below link and see if it help you at all. I will say that it would be a very uncommon choice so I don't think you are going to find a lot of people jumping to answer questions on using HIbernate with Access.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1749464/how-can-i-use-hibernate-with-ms-access

As I said before there is no official hibernate support for Access.
Jacky Luk
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Bill Gorder wrote:I guess I would ask why Access? If you are set on that path you can check the below link and see if it help you at all. I will say that it would be a very uncommon choice so I don't think you are going to find a lot of people jumping to answer questions on using HIbernate with Access.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1749464/how-can-i-use-hibernate-with-ms-access

As I said before there is no official hibernate support for Access.


Thanks Bill,
There are 2 reasons that I want to use Access
1) Ease of deployment, as It's not easy to migrate the whole database from testing platform to production platform
2) Easy to check the data in the database by the user and it is required by the user
Thanks
Jack
Jacky Luk
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Since I became choiceless, I'd like to use mySQL now.
I created a separate namespace, with all the hibernate config, reverse engineering and mapping files in it.

What do I do next?
I want to instantaneously and concurrently do CRUDs on a JTable.
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Bill Gorder
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Your going to have to be more specific with your question.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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