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FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

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Can a FM Pro 8.5 Adv. client database on an OS X workstation import / export to MS Sharepoint (Sharepoint Services/ Windows Server 2003) ?

Or do you have to use a MS Access client DB ?

RE: FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

I don't have any experience using sharepoint, but if it allows data transfers via ODBC then, in theory, you should be able to use FMP to move data back and forth.

RE: FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

Sharepoint generally is backended with MS SQL server, and FM has connections for MS SQL server.

RE: FM Pro 8.5 import / export MS Sharepoint ?

Using a direct connection to the Sharepoint databases is not recommended.  Microsoft has a suite of .NET objects that allow you to manage information properly in the Sharepoint store.  This approach of course requires a .NET application to function properly.

Phil Hegedusich
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