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Old November 11th, 2006, 09:03 PM
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Default ldb file leftover

I have an application that connects to a Microsoft Access database via Java jdbc. The application works fine but, I have a "leftover" .ldb file after my application closes. I have run some examples from Beginning Java 2 book by Ivor Horton, and it also leaves this file around. Is there an easy way to clean up this file at the close of my application. Any assistance is much appreciated.

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Happens quite often with access its an access link file. You could have your app start from a batch script that removes the file i.e. in a file called startapp.bat (or something) put
java myApp
del mydb.ldb

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