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    bbq
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    Default MSAccess and hibernate

    The place where I work has its web page in a hosting and they use "MSAccess" as data base
    Questions:

    1) What characteristics should the host have to support a java development with hibernate ?
    2)Does MSAccess support hibernate?

    thanks!

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    It should have TOMCAT
    Hibernate support every data base, but I recommend you Mysql

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    It is important that you have the JVM installed

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    It does not appear either of these answers even began to address the issue.
    I have the same problem. I tried a driver mentioned on the hibernate support page:
    hibernate.org - Supported Databases
    but it did not work for me.
    So if anyone has gotten this actually working, would appreciate knowing how.
    Switching to MYSQl is not an option.
    thx

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