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Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

(OP)
Hello everyone,

I am trying to import data from MAS200 into Oracle using MAS200 ODBC Driver. I already created oracle and MAS200 ODBC connection. Can someone please help me with the steps involved. I really appreciate your time. Thanks.

RE: Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

Nick, Nick, Nick. The MAS200 ODBC driver is READ ONLY. While ProvideX does have a read-write ODBC driver it is NOT written for or intended for use with MAS. The result will be 100% data corruption 100% of the time. If you are on MAS v4.20 or higher you can use the Business Object Interface to write to the data entry tables using VB.  

RE: Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

I think he's importing FROM Mas 200 INTO Oracle.


Dawn

RE: Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

You might be correct Dawn but his title is "Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC"

RE: Oralce to MAS200 using ODBC

(OP)
Dawn you are correct. I am importing FROM Mas 200 INTO Oracle. I am sorry for the misunderstanding.

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