Creating an MS Access 2003 Front End for an Oracle 10g Express Edition Database
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by Jayaram Krishnaswamy
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Creating an ODBC dsn is central to linking the Oracle tables in Microsoft Access.  Once the tables are linked, it is entirely up to MS Access as to how it is displayed either in a report, a data access page or both.  Microsoft Access 2003 and Oracle 10g Express Edition were used in this tutorial.  For duplicating the result of this tutorial or generating a customized user interface, reviewing the following links will be very helpful.

1. Oracle 10G Express Edition

2. Data Access Pages

3. ODBC Linking


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Title: help   
Name: shirish
Date: 2011-10-30 2:57:18 AM
Comment:
figure in the above document is not visible??
so please upload new web page here
Title: Shaik   
Name: Sabir Hussain
Date: 2011-02-12 11:36:17 PM
Comment:
This is really great article for those who willing to know like these things in ever their life..

Really great stuff......
Title: shri   
Name: sreedhar reddy
Date: 2010-06-01 2:48:46 PM
Comment:
great article for those to connect to oracle using access.thanks a lot






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