Never tried it and it isn't open source but you might want to try this JDBC
type 4 driver.  Does have a trial version.

http://www.hxtt.net/proddetail.jsp?product=access

Russ



                                                                           
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Well, based on what I have heard out the ODBC-JDBC bridge, it probably
isn't something I'd immediately put into production.  Joe never got past
the .1 version level with it and it has languished with no further
activity since it was released.

I DID install and use it and it does work as designed. The example code
works right out of the box.  However, you probably want to look at all
the points of possible failure and see what you can do to improve them.

In short, I am not sure I'd put any .1 release of any open source
project into production, but it does do what your original post required.

Pete


Anand, Rajesh wrote:

>            Peter,
>
>            Is this reliable and production quality??
>
>            Have you used it??
>
>            regards,
>
>Rajesh Anand
>Email:Rajesh_anand@xxxxxx
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>Joe Pluta posted an open source project called OS400Bridge about three
>years ago that did just that as I recall:
>
>http://sourceforge.net/projects/os400bridge/
>
>Pete Helgren
>
>Anand, Rajesh wrote:
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>
>
>>Folks,
>>
>>           Have been through the archives but have not found anything
>>conclusive.
>>
>>           Does anyone have any idea how this can accomplished??
>>
>>           This is an old age problem where we need to feed data to MS
>>Access and we need to provide an automated solution from iSeries.
>>
>>           I know its has been debated in the past but want to know is,
if
>>there are any MS jar files available to use on iSeries using Java.
>>
>>           Thanks for your help in advance.
>>
>>
>>
>>Rajesh Anand
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