[ic] Re: interchange and odbc+exell

Lars Segerlund konsult at sebab.se
Wed May 26 09:30:28 EDT 2004

 Hi again,

  Well I got my ODBC connections running, it's the interchange databases 
I am no good at ( yet ), however, I think I have found all the 
functionality I need in interchange as for backing up to the txt files 
and such, ( I peeked at thu UI interface ).

  What you have done looks like what I am aiming to do, exept I want to 
initiate the connection from the linux side. I think I am ontop of it 
all right now, but interchange is a beast to learn ...

 thanks, and I'm sorry for the load of questions .. I hope to gather 
some of them in a little howto or something to 'get even' he he he ... 
with all you folks that have helped me.

 / regards, Lars Segerlund.

Steve wrote:

>> Also I am looking at dumping the sql database to the text files at some
>>regular intervalls, ( in case I would loose my connectivity and ability
>>to do live updates), probably after each update.
>> Thus I can have a hosted server with updated info from a business
>>system, ( CRM ), located at another place and still have good
>>availability in case of  a network outage.
>> / Lars Segerlund.
>Hello Lars,
>I am not familiar with the Linux system updating, or pulling data through an
>ODBC connection from a Microsoft database, but I found a nice driver for
>MYSQL that allows the MS server to update the Mysql server - was fairly
>simple to install. I wrote some Microsoft .asp scripts to sync the business
>data with the MYSQL/Interchange data. Updates prices, and discounts
>structures etc...
>interchange-users mailing list
>interchange-users at icdevgroup.org

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