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    How to connect ms Access Database with the Netbeans 5.5

    I am trying to access tables in MS Access using the netbeans. I have some tables and the records related to the Office use, and I wanted to connect that with the Netbeans 5.5 this is to push that data to the another application, Please guide me for the connection.

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    Re: How to connect ms Access Database with the Netbeans 5.5

    As a result you get your DAO Classes generated from a xsd file with your database structure. The generated JAX-B objects can be passed by the webservice to the client and as parameter for the webservice without further work. The back-end code you write would be the same regardless of the IDE you use, be it Netbeans or Eclipse.

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    Re: How to connect ms Access Database with the Netbeans 5.5

    The current version of Zentus SQLiteJDBC is v053, based on SQLite 3.6.1. A connection was successfully established with the server, but then an error occurred during the login process. It will not open a 2.x SQLite database. Perhaps you can use SQLite 2.x command line tool to dump your database, and the Sqlite3 command line tool to load it.

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