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How to backup an MS Access database using Java?
 
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How do you want to back it up?
 
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Why Java? Access creates a file, which should be backed up along with the rest of the computer it resides on. You ARE backing up your computer, right? If not, start with that.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:Why Java? Access creates a file, which should be backed up along with the rest of the computer it resides on. You ARE backing up your computer, right? If not, start with that.



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