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READ/WRITE DATA from USER Defind Table

READ/WRITE DATA from USER Defind Table

READ/WRITE DATA from USER Defind Table

(OP)
Hi ,

I have created UDT table in MAS90 databse.  Let me know How to  Read/Write a data in User Defined table.If U have sample code please provide.

Thanks,
Vairavan  

RE: READ/WRITE DATA from USER Defind Table

You can use VI to import data in or you can use the business objects interface.  You will need the help file or take the class to learn about the business objects interface.

You can find training options on Sage's website.

Dawn

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RE: READ/WRITE DATA from USER Defind Table

(OP)
Thanks lot Down.
Can I get help file to learn BOI Classes such as How to use a BOI classes from UDT.

Thanks,
Vairavn
 

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