QODBC - any experience?


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Mr. Smith

I have been building a sepearate system recently that my client would like
to supply invoice data to Quicken. I had been investigating IIF files only
to find out that they are being phased out. When browsing the site I came
across a reference to the 'QODBC' driver which can be installed to allow
various other ODBC using applications access to Quicken's data.

If I could access Quicken directly from my SQL based app I would be very
happy. They sell a read only and read/write amongst others and the
read/write version would suit perfectly cos I am wanting to use insert
queries to write the invoices directly to the tables if possible.

Can anyone shed any light on this product and its usage?


Regs,
Mr.Smith
 
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JT

I have been building a sepearate system recently that my client would like
to supply invoice data to Quicken. I had been investigating IIF files only
to find out that they are being phased out. When browsing the site I came
across a reference to the 'QODBC' driver which can be installed to allow
various other ODBC using applications access to Quicken's data.

If I could access Quicken directly from my SQL based app I would be very
happy. They sell a read only and read/write amongst others and the
read/write version would suit perfectly cos I am wanting to use insert
queries to write the invoices directly to the tables if possible.

Can anyone shed any light on this product and its usage?


Regs,
Mr.Smith
Are you talking Quicken or Quickbooks? Very different products and
requirements here. You keep saying Quicken, but the QOBDC and IIF are
strictly Quickbooks. If that is so, try asking in the Quickbooks news
groups. If it is Quickbooks, you also really need to look at the
Quickbooks developers site. QOBDC is a third party product that makes use
of the Quickbooks SDK, which is XML based.

JT
 

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