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  APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
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APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.
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APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.
 

Manuals

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The AppxODBC Manual contains detailed installation, configuration, and use information for APPX/ODBC Server. The Dharma Interface Manual explains how our ODBC interface works and details supported SQL statements and syntax.
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The AppxODBC Manual contains detailed installation, configuration, and use information for APPX/ODBC Server. The Dharma Interface Manual explains how our ODBC interface works and details supported SQL statements and syntax.
 

Other APPX/ODBC Documents

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Installing the APPX/ODBC Driver contains step-by-step instructions for installing APPX/ODBC Server.
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Installing the APPX/ODBC Driver contains step-by-step instructions for installing APPX/ODBC Server.
 
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Frequently Asked Questions cover a variety of topics on operation and installation.
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The APPX/ODBC Checklist can help if you're having difficulty accessing AppxIO data from an external application.
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The APPX/ODBC Checklist can help if you're having difficulty accessing AppxIO data from an external application.
 
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Debugging APPX/ODBC is the place to go if you've been through the above documents and you're still having problems.
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Debugging APPX/ODBC is the place to go if you've been through the above documents and you're still having problems.
 

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THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS APPLY TO APPX/ODBC IN RELEASE 4.x ONLY.

Accessing APPX data from non-APPX ODBC Clients

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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
  APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.

Manuals

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  APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
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APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.
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APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.
 

Manuals

The AppxODBC Manual contains detailed installation, configuration, and use information for APPX/ODBC Server. The Dharma Interface Manual explains how our ODBC interface works and details supported SQL statements and syntax.

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APPX/ODBC Revised for APPX Release 5.0

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THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS APPLY TO APPX/ODBC IN RELEASE 4.x ONLY.

Accessing APPX data from non-APPX ODBC Clients

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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
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APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)
  APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.

Manuals

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  Frequently Asked Questions cover a variety of topics on operation and installation.
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The APPX/ODBC Checklist can help if you're having difficulty accessing AppxIO data from an external application.
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The APPX/ODBC Checklist can help if you're having difficulty accessing AppxIO data from an external application.
  Debugging APPX/ODBC is the place to go if you've been through the above documents and you're still having problems.

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APPX/ODBC Server

APPX/ODBC Revised for APPX Release 5.0

There have been significant changes in the installation and operation of APPX/ODBC, effective with the release of APPX 5.0.2. Please refer to this wiki page for installation details.

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THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS APPLY TO APPX/ODBC IN RELEASE 4.x ONLY.

Accessing APPX data from non-APPX ODBC Clients

APPX/ODBC Server allows Windows application clients (such as DI-Diver, Excel, Access, and Crystal Reports) to view and operate upon AppxIO datafiles. APPX/ODBC Server is a standard feature of APPX. No additional license fees are required to use it. (If you're interested in using APPX to access data stored in a non-APPX data formats, such as SQL-Server or MS-Access' Jet database, see APPX/ODBC Connection Instructions .)

APPX data can be stored on a local PC, or remotely on an NT or UNIX server using APPX/Net connecting to an APPX/Server. With APPX/ODBC Server, data is accessed by other PC applications directly from APPX databases, without time-consuming transfer processes.

Manuals

The AppxODBC Manual contains detailed installation, configuration, and use information for APPX/ODBC Server. The Dharma Interface Manual explains how our ODBC interface works and details supported SQL statements and syntax.

Other APPX/ODBC Documents

Installing the APPX/ODBC Driver contains step-by-step instructions for installing APPX/ODBC Server.

Frequently Asked Questions cover a variety of topics on operation and installation.

The APPX/ODBC Checklist can help if you're having difficulty accessing AppxIO data from an external application.

Debugging APPX/ODBC is the place to go if you've been through the above documents and you're still having problems.

Comments:

Read what other users have said about this page or add your own comments.



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