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Using the APPX/ODBC Connection - APPX 4.1 +

The APPX/ODBC Connection allows APPX Applications, through a Windows ODBC Server, to access and operate upon data stored in a non-APPX data format, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access database.

Using the APPX/ODBC Connection - Pre APPX 4.1
  The APPX/ODBC Connection allows APPX Applications, through a Windows ODBC Server, to access and operate upon data stored in a non-APPX data format, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access database.
Using the APPX/Oracle Connection - APPX 4.x

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Using the APPX/ODBC Connection

The APPX/ODBC Connection allows APPX Applications, through a Windows ODBC Server, to access and operate upon data stored in a non-APPX data format, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access database.

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This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Oracle data files.
Using the APPX/Sybase Connection
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This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Oracle data files in APPX version 4.x
Using the APPX/Oracle Connection - APPX 5.x

This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Oracle data files in APPX version 5.x

Using the APPX/Sybase Connection

  This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Sybase data files.
Reading SQL/Server Tables from APPX/Unix

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Using the APPX/Sybase Connection
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This document describes how to access data stored under Windows SQL Server while running APPX for Unix.

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APPX & External Databases

Using the APPX/ODBC Connection

The APPX/ODBC Connection allows APPX Applications, through a Windows ODBC Server, to access and operate upon data stored in a non-APPX data format, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access database.

Using the APPX/Oracle Connection

This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Oracle data files.

Using the APPX/Sybase Connection

This document provides instructions on setup and operation of the APPX/Oracle connection, to store and retrieve Sybase data files.

Reading SQL/Server Tables from APPX/Unix

This document describes how to access data stored under Windows SQL Server while running APPX for Unix.

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