Connect to progress database with .NET

If you just need to pull data, you're probably best off just using ODBC.
You can also run BAQs through code and return a dataset pretty easily.

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On Fri, Oct 26, 2012 at 7:06 PM, Jose Gomez <jose@...> wrote:

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> On Oct 26, 2012 5:18 PM, "tkoch77" <tkoch77@...> wrote:
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> > I am curious if anyone has connected to and wrote progress queries within
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> > Thanks,
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> > -Ted
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Happy Friday all,

I am curious if anyone has connected to and wrote progress queries within a .NET application? I want to do this for simple queries, and also so I do not consume an Epicor license. Is this even possible?

Thanks,

-Ted
Yes it can be done. However returning more than primitives is very complex.
On Oct 26, 2012 5:18 PM, "tkoch77" <tkoch77@...> wrote:

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> Happy Friday all,
>
> I am curious if anyone has connected to and wrote progress queries within
> a .NET application? I want to do this for simple queries, and also so I do
> not consume an Epicor license. Is this even possible?
>
> Thanks,
>
> -Ted
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