Updating ole object msaccess jdbc Bengcams
This is a regression caused by changes external to Access. In the meantime, you can revert to the previous behavior by setting a registry key.
This is the home page of UCan Access, an open-source Java JDBC driver implementation that allows Java developers and JDBC client programs (e.g., DBeaver, Net Beans, SQLeo, Open Office Base, Libre Office Base, Squirrel SQL) to read/write Microsoft Access databases. In order to open encrypted files you must use UCan Access 2.x.x or later with jackcess-encrypt-2.x.x and all related dependencies.
I recently updated my computer to Windows 10 version 1703 and since then embedded objects in Access forms and reports do not display properly (cannot be seen).
When Windows is downgraded to its previous version the problem disappears.
column Order (since UCan Access 2.0.9): use the "DISPLAY" order of columns with Note that once a column order has been set on the first connection to a given database, that setting will be the same for all the following connections to that database, in the whole VM life.
concat Nulls (since UCan Access 3.0.0): controls the behaviour of all concatenation operators (.
Jackcess Opener Interface interface (in that case you need additional jar files in your classpath: a version of and all related dependencies).
This may also allow, in many cases, to use the memory=true setting, whilst it was impossible before.It should be set to a value close to the average size of OLE instances.According with the HSQLDB documentation, the values allowed are 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32 (the unit is Kb).Because it is a pure Java implementation it runs on both Windows and non-Windows operating systems (e.g., Linux/unix). Again, if you are using Maven, simply add this extra dependency: Note that the distribution comes with both a number of j Unit test cases (package net.ucanaccess.test) and a simple Java example class (net.ucanaccess.example. If you are manually adding the dependencies to your classpath you will need to add the ucanaccess‑4.0.4file along with all of the jar files in the lib/ folder of UCan Access‑4.0.4‑(details here).