[QODBC-Desktop] How to use QRemote with ColdFusion
Posted by Jack - QODBC Support on 28 October 2016 12:25 PM
How to use QRemote with ColdFusion
Instructions about using QRemote with ColdFusion
Using ColdFusion on an internal Intranet or the World Wide Web requires the Server Edition of QODBC. QuickBooks must be running with the company file opened on the system console.
The first thing is to configure the QRemote Server.
Please refer: To how to configure QRemote.
ColdFusion Data Source Setup Instructions
Run the ColdFusion Administrator. Enter your username & password & login.
Under DATA & SERVICES, choose Data Sources.
Use "QBs" as the Data Source name to match the DisplaySQL.cfm sample script below. The Driver is ODBC Socket. Press the Add button.
QuickBooks Data QRemote is a DSN that is created by the QODBC installation. Under ODBC DSN, choose a QuickBooks DSN. The username should be set to Admin. You can put any notes you want in the description field.
Next, Press the Show Advanced Settings Button.
Make sure the Limit Connections and Maintain Connections are unchecked. You can remove the Create, Drop, Alter, Grant and Revoke checkboxes. Add checkboxes for Select, Insert, Update, Delete, and Stored Procedures.
Press Submit, and your QODBC Data Source should appear on the Data Sources list.
DisplaySQL.cfm uses dataSource="QBs," which is the QuickBooks Data QRemote DSN.
To run this, Place this file under "CFIDE" & run it through the browser.
The query result is shown above.
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