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  1. #1
    Stephen Russell Guest

    Quick books anyone?

    I just spoke with a prospect and they have a simple business on QB. They
    need some additional work and I was wondering what could I do from my app
    and manipulate the QB data?

    Basically I need to post payments against statements (recurring invoices).
    Anybody done this before?

    TIA

    __Stephen



  2. #2
    Carl Warner Guest

    Re: Quick books anyone?


    "Stephen Russell" <srussell@wnm.net> wrote:
    >I just spoke with a prospect and they have a simple business on QB. They
    >need some additional work and I was wondering what could I do from my app
    >and manipulate the QB data?
    >
    >Basically I need to post payments against statements (recurring invoices).
    >Anybody done this before?
    >
    >TIA
    >
    >__Stephen
    >
    >

    Never done it but perused their SDK.

    See URL http://developer.intuit.com/SDK-20/SDKv20Features.asp
    I think the bottom of that page has a download hyperlink.

    They support an object model and XML.
    It's no longer as basic as I remember the older versions.


    ==Carl
    Carl Warner
    VFUG Officer, http://vfug.org:8080/


  3. #3
    Joe \Nuke Me Xemu\ Foster Guest

    Re: Quick books anyone?

    "Stephen Russell" <srussell@wnm.net> wrote in message <news:3df0059c@tnews.web.devx.com>...

    > I just spoke with a prospect and they have a simple business on QB. They
    > need some additional work and I was wondering what could I do from my app
    > and manipulate the QB data?
    >
    > Basically I need to post payments against statements (recurring invoices).
    > Anybody done this before?


    There's an ODBC driver for recent versions of QB at http://qodbc.com/
    and OfficeQ, which can work with more QB versions but can only read the
    data, not insert, delete, or modify, at http://datablox.com/qb/qbqa.htm

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