How to connect oracle application server portal to MS access DataBase

Hello,
I am facing one problem here.
Our client is having their database in MS access and they want to implement the oracle application server portal for their organization then how to connect the MS access DB to oracle Application server portal

There is a worked example of how to connect oracle to an Excel spreadsheet, which is easily modifyable to read from an Access Database.
http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/ask/f?p=4950:61:::::P61_ID:4406708207206#18830681837358
I had some concurrency problems - only one person could use the link at any one time, so I used it to load the data into oracle tables.
Tak

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