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When putting files up on your hosted site (or on your own server), make sure the file and the directory have the proper writes to Read/Write/Create. A special file called the .LDB file must be created and if it can't a ReadOnly status could be issued. It's a file that contains the names of the users currently accessing the MDB file. It stands for Lock Database.

If you are running on Windows add these attributes, if it's linux (not sure why you'd use MDB on a LINUX box, but it would be chmod +777.

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hi,

Can you please elaborate your problem, it seems you are using some api's to fetch data from ACCESS but not defining the type of command object (text, procedure, table...)

Please provide details, we'll help you out.

Thanks.

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Or follow these general instructions for Access 2007:

Open Microsoft Access 2007. Click on the Windows icon on the top-left corner of the screen. Scroll down and click on the Open command. Scroll through your computer folders to select a database. Click on the file to select it. Click on the down arrow next to the Open button and click on Open as Exclusive.

Click on the Database Tools tab on the top of the screen and click on the Decrypt Database button in the Database Tools group. Type your password in the Unset Database Password box. Click OK.

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"The Microsoft Jet Database Engine cannot open the file '(unknown)'"There are several causes for this error message:
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hi,

Can you please elaborate your problem, it seems you are using some api's to fetch data from ACCESS but not defining the type of command object (text, procedure, table...)

Please provide details, we'll help you out.

Thanks.

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