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How to use MS-Access with Hibernate

 
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Hello All,
How to use MS-Access with Hibernate? What value we should specify for hibernate.dialect in Hibernate.properties?


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Shrinivas
 
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Its not one of the officially supported (or community supported) databases for Hibernate. No surprise there, its not really an RDBMS. So the unhelpful answer is: don't bother trying to use Hibernate with Access. If you need a database for development purposes, try something like HypersonicSQL or MySQL.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Sturrock:
Its not one of the officially supported (or community supported) databases for Hibernate. No surprise there, its not really an RDBMS. So the unhelpful answer is: don't bother trying to use Hibernate with Access. If you need a database for development purposes, try something like HypersonicSQL or MySQL.



Not officially supported, but I believe you can try it with their GenericDialect. Use the JDBC-ODBC bridge for the driver, of course.
 
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So i should write net.sf.hibernate.GenericDialect for Dialect property?

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please try below link:

https://www.hibernate.org/80.html
http://www.hxtt.com/hibernate.html

it might be useful for you

 
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