I am working with a Matlab function that loads a Microsoft access table shortcut and then processes the data accordingly. When I try to use the Matlab coder to convert to C code it fails because it can't convert the load function to an equivalent in C.
So my question is, is there a workaround to open a Microsoft access table shortcut without the function load so I can use the Matlab coder?
I have looked into opening it manually with C, however I don't have access to the entire data set just the shortcut so I can't view the contents of the file and thus how to load it in C.
I can generate a MEX file successfully with Matlab coder using the load function since it is supported. Attached is an output of the error message after trying to generate code. Additionally I have tried open, fopen, and coder.load. The problem with fopen is that it doesn't know how to read it properly. Open works but is not supported by Matlab Coder. As for coder.load it doesn't work when generating code either.
Thanks for any help!