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Connect-It Delete

Connect-It Delete

Connect-It Delete

(OP)
Hi All...

I have a feeling this is impossible, however someone may have a resolution.

I'm transfering data from ServiceCenter via connect-it to a SQLServer database. Updates and additions work perfectly. However we have a requirement that when a record is deleted in ServiceCenter it gets automatically deleted from SQLServer....

Any Ideas?????

Cheers

Chris

RE: Connect-It Delete

Chris

Using format Control, subroutine, why not fire an event into the event output queue based on the 'delete' condition

Hope this helps

Jason Thomas & Steve Merchant

Jason Thomas
AssetCenter Consultant
Jason Thomas Consultancy Limited

RE: Connect-It Delete

(OP)
Cheers Guys I'll have a look!!!

What are you 2 up to at the min???
I'm still over in Oz ... doing the same old c$ap!!!

Get in touch

chriswalker90@hotmail.com

laters

Chris

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