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Accessing MDB file on Linux server
Michael Sobczak
2013-09-16 09:54:03.0
Using your MS Access driver, will I be able to directly access a .MDB file on a Linux server?
Re:Accessing MDB file on Linux server
HXTT Support
2013-09-16 17:15:27.0
Of course. It ownes a pure Java database engine for MS Access (MDB, MDE, ACCDB, ...) 95, 97, ..., to 2010.
Re:Re:Accessing MDB file on Linux server
Michael Sobczak
2013-09-17 05:26:09.0
So, the MS Access .MDB file can be physically located on the Linux server? Or would we be accessing it indirectly from a Windows OS server using Samba?
Re:Re:Re:Accessing MDB file on Linux server
HXTT Support
2013-09-17 07:26:23.0
>So, the MS Access .MDB file can be physically located on the Linux server?
Supports of course. For instance, jdbc:access:////home/apath/atest.mdb

BTW, SAMBA, http, https, ftp, sftp protocol is supported too:)

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