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VFP data to QuickBooks Desktop / QuickBooks online

VFP data to QuickBooks Desktop / QuickBooks online

VFP data to QuickBooks Desktop / QuickBooks online

(OP)
Hi Team!

What is the best way to post VFP data to QuickBooks desktop version (if possible online as well)?

If there are excel input formats by quickbooks that also would be okay with me. In that case, I can generate corresponding excel files in the respective formats and supply to QuickBooks user so that they can import from them into their QuickBooks.

I searched on net but couldn't come across with something that's somewhat straight forward.
One of my colleagues said he came across a third party API but that's too expensive for us.

Does someone have ideas?

Thanks
Rajesh

RE: VFP data to QuickBooks Desktop / QuickBooks online

CDATA (which is related to ipworks) have this...

https://www.cdata.com/drivers/quickbooks/odbc/

making quickbooks appear to you as an ODBC cursor.

I've only tested their MSexchange offering which worked well but their prices can be eye-watering (esp if you need royalty free)... if this is a one off it may be worthwhile.


hth

n

RE: VFP data to QuickBooks Desktop / QuickBooks online

(OP)
Thank you very much Nigel.
I will check this.

Rajesh

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