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tutorial on connecting to an Oracle database using JDBC

tutorial on connecting to an Oracle database using JDBC

tutorial on connecting to an Oracle database using JDBC

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Does anybody know where I can find some tutorial or any good books?

I need to make an Oracle database to talk to an Access database

I know how to extract info from Access Database using ODBC-JDBC technology.

Thanks

RE: tutorial on connecting to an Oracle database using JDBC

If you want to pull information from Oracle into Access, you need to set up an ODBC connection in Access using the information from your tnsnames.ora file for the Oracle database.  

Tnsnames.ora is in your Oracle home path which is created when you load an Oracle product onto your PC.

Once your ODBC is setup, you use pass throughs queries to pull the data.

-Tracy

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