[QODBC-Desktop] How to get the table schema rules
Posted by Juliet on 16 March 2010 08:59 AM
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We have provided the tools to help you determine where field information comes from in QuickBooks, which tables contain the information you want, how tables can be related, and sample SQL statements. Please click here to check.
Using SP_COLUMNS in VB DEMO
You can also use the stored procedure command SP_COLUMNS tablename in VB Demo to get the EXACT table schema rules for the QuickBooks Company file you have open. The last few columns have QUERYABLE, UPDATEABLE, INSERTABLE and will show you the related tables for each table in QODBC via column named RELATES_TO.
You just need to simply run the query such as "sp_columns Customer" in VB Demo:
See also: How to use the VB Demo for testing
See also: VB Demo is missing
QODBC Stored Procedures Command List
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How to use the QuickBooks Reporting with QODBC
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Data Formats & Data Layouts
How QODBC Interfaces with QuickBooks
We have provided the following tools to help you determine where field information comes from in QuickBooks, which tables contain the information you want, how tables can be related, and sample SQL statements.
GENERAL TABLE INFORMATION: Designed to be your starting point for information research, these lists tell you the table name, how it used, which other tables it can be related to, and a QuickBooks screenshot to demonstrate where the table information originates from.
QUICKBOOKS VIEW: By clicking on the leftmost field in the table, you will see a pop-up window showing you a picture of the QuickBooks Window or Report Window; and the specific place where the field or sp_reports (stored procedure reports) information comes from.
DETAILED TABLE/FIELD INFORMATION: This tool shows you the detail for each field in a table, how it is used, and its relation to other tables/fields (if any).
RELATIONSHIPS: We have provided one-click access to table/field relationships at both the table level and the field level.
REPORT DETAILS: For sp_reports (stored procedure reports) you will be able to get information about columns and parameters for each report.
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