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Subject Re: General Database Question
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2008 12:33:23 GMT
I actually don't have a Windows sql development tool.

I just use the JDBC-ODBC driver to access the MDB file, which I've defined as a
system datasource.
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             Simon Kitching                                                     
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> I have a process that I've archived into a jar file.  That jar file gets
> on a schedule, on a Windows machine.  Part of my process queries 3 tables in
> MS Access database to extract the data and dump it to a DB2 database.  I've
> noticed that the last few times it has ran, it always returns 20000 records
> one of the tables.  I've seen that particular table have fewer records, like
> the 2000 to 3000 range, as much as 15000+, but now it keeps returning exactly
> 20000.  I didn't like the fact that the number was so round, so I created a
> class that does a simple "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM" and I pass the table name as a
> parameter to the class.  I was shocked to see that the result was in fact
> for the particular table in question.
> So I guess my question is, could the Access database be locked down to only
> a maximum of 20000 records in a given table?  Or is there something else going
> on?
What result do you get when running the same query from within a windows
sql development tool?

And what do you see if you use a java-based sql development tool? One
reasonable one is:


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