Can I get PocketQuery to work with my MS Access DB

Does anyone have experience/success having PocketQuery interface with a MS Access Database?  If so may I have some instructions on what steps were needed to connect?  My Access DB is running on a windows desktop (actually VM).

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You can access every database with PocketQuery if there is a valid JDBC driver. For MS Access you can try but the MDB file must be accessible. Unfortunately we have no experience with that.

Hi @Christian Koch (Scandio) Thanks for your suggestion. I will try it and will provide an update.

Hi Edgar,

Essentially, PocketQuery loads the JDBC driver like this:


First, you should make sure you can connect to your database with other Java tools like SquirrelSQL. If this works, it will also work with PocketQuery.

These Stackoverflow threads might be interesting:

Regards, Felix

THanks @Felix Grund (Scandio) I will review the links you suggested and try based on what I learn.

Was this ever resolved? I'm looking at trying the same thing.

@Edgar Green Could you resolve this?

Good morning @Felix Grund (Scandio) We never resolved this. We ended up using a csv file as the source data.

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