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Advanced Revelations 3.0 database export feature

Advanced Revelations 3.0 database export feature

Advanced Revelations 3.0 database export feature

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We are currently using a Product called Heritage Sentinel which uses Advanced Revelations 3.0 as its underlying database.
 
Is there a utility that I can obtain(download) that will allow me to export the database to an Excel spreadsheet?

RE: Advanced Revelations 3.0 database export feature

as long as you have an ODBC driver you can install an ODBC source on your PC and run queries from Excel against the database.

I googled "Advanced Revelations 3.0 ODBC" and found where you can purchase the driver, but perhaps since you already have a product that uses the database, the driver is already available to you.

Leslie

Anything worth doing is a lot more difficult than it's worth - Unknown Induhvidual

Essential reading for anyone working with databases:
The Fundamentals of Relational Database Design
Understanding SQL Joins

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