EDIT: I have a 64-bit installation of QGIS but 32-bit Microsoft Office Access drivers. It has been suggested that this is the cause of the problem, which is also indicated in this post: https://www.sigterritoires.fr/index.php/en/access-an-esri-personal-geodatabase-with-qgis-2-18-or-3-0/
I tried installing 64-bit drivers but installer says I have to uninstall Office to do this. If anyone knows a workaround or could verify that the file opens in QGIS with 64-bit drivers that would be great.
I am trying to import the Oceania dataset of the Global Drainage Basin Database into GIS: http://www.cger.nies.go.jp/db/gdbd/gdbd_index_e.html
I have tried:
- rgdal::readOGR in R (most recent canonical version, GDAL version 2.2.3)
- v.in.ogr in Grass GIS 7.6.1
- Data Source Manager in QGIS 3.6.1
All of these result in an error message: "Cannot open data source" / "ERROR: Unable to open data source [filename]" / "Invalid Data Source".
I have followed steps described in previous answers to questions about importing this file format to QGIS on StackExchange and haven't been able to find a solution. Any approach that lets me convert into a more universally accepted format would work.
Running Windows 10.