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Problem opening MDB file under Microsoft Access 2
Derek Simmers
2006-01-11 00:00:00.0
When I try and open Microsoft Access Database .MDB file under Access 2 DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:Access:////mydir/XXXXXX.MDB") I get the message "failed to load database XXXXXX!" and SQLExeception.getNextException() gives the message "An invalid Access database page 0".

If I convert "XXXXXX.MDB" to for example "XXXXXX_2000.MDB" (Microsoft Access 2000 format) using the menu option Tools/Database Utilities/ Convert Database in Microsoft Access 2000 then try
there is not a problem.

I am running the java program under unix but since it is pure java the OS should not be a problem

Hope someone can help

Re:Problem opening MDB file under Microsoft Access 2
HXTT Support
2006-01-11 00:00:00.0
Access 2 is a very old mdb format. HXTT failed to find enough Access 2 samples and hasn't received support request for that version. What's your project?
Re:Re:Problem opening MDB file under Microsoft Access 2
Derek Simmers
2006-01-16 00:00:00.0
The Issue has been resolved. The Access 2 mdb has been converted to Access 97 format at source and now the data loads OK.

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