Currently Being ModeratedFeb 11, 2011 1:00 AM (in response to hansunzhu)A quick run in Google turns up:
You should be aware that any solution will be quite primitive. Your best bet may be to use a web based service of some kind or to migrate the database to mysql (from Windows).
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Currently Being ModeratedMar 28, 2011 12:53 AM (in response to hansunzhu)You might be interested in MDB Viewer, an app I wrote that opens MDB databases on the Mac. It can view and export tables inside an MDB database. It is not a replacement for MS Access, but it will allow you to get the data out of an Access database.
It is available on the Mac App Store. You can look at my website and read the documentation to see if it does what you need: http://jabakobob.net/mdbviewer/
Currently Being ModeratedMay 1, 2013 11:32 AM (in response to jockel)
I just bought your app and it's the BOMB! Meaning it works, not that it crashes. I just wasted over an hour with some aftermarket driver ($39 if I bought it) for Open Office and got some little dribble of my tables after a setup that was agony. Your app opened the files in 1 second to a perfectly clean interface and exported them just as nicely to my choice of several things that can open in Filemaker. I love guys like you : )
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 24, 2014 12:19 AM (in response to hansunzhu)
You could try an app which called ACCDB MDB Explorer. This app helps you to view ACCDB and MDB database files quickly and easily without an Access license. You may try and test whether it is good for you or not at http://www.accdbexplorer.com