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Access MS-Access using JDBC ODBC bridge from Sun AMD64

Hi,

We are trying to configure a communication channel using the JDBC adapter. We are setting the driver to the JDBC-ODBC bridge driver and trying to access an MS Acess database from the PI server(sun amd64). When we set the driver to the JDBC-ODBC bridge, the J2EE engine tries to restart immediately and does not start. The std_server.out contains the following error:

Service com.sap.aii.adapter.jdbc.svc started. (234 ms).

1016 sun.io.CharToByteASCII::convert (370 bytes)

1017 ! com.sap.sql.jdbc.common.CommonPreparedStatement::close (119

bytes)

ld.so.1: jlaunch: fatal: relocation error:

file /usr/j2se/jre/lib/amd64/libJdbcO

dbc.so: symbol SQLAllocEnv: referenced symbol not found

Has anybody been able to configure the JDBC-ODBC bridge driver for MS Access? Also, has anybody used the database vendor(MS) drivers? If so, where are they available.

Thanks in advance

Vipin

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:06 PM

    Hi

    Please go through below links that would be helpful to you

    SAP Network Blog: Connecting to MS Access using receiver JDBC Adapter (Without DSN)

    /people/sameer.shadab/blog/2005/10/24/connecting-to-ms-access-using-receiver-jdbc-adapter-without-dsn

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/06/01/file-to-jdbc-adapter-using-sap-xi-30

    If required Try the following driver. I havent used it but its available.

    HXTT Access is such a type 4 driver at http://www.hxtt.net/en/software/access/document.html .

    Thanks

    Swarup

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