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Import Excel worksheet through XMod Pro

Hello.. We've had a request to be able to import from an excel worksheet into a DB table. Can this be accomplshed through XMP? Thanks..

Author: Jeff M.
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Odd errors when attemping to use a Stored Procedure

Hi again, I'm trying to modify a form to trigger a stored procedureupon submit. I have written up a stored procedure and tested it by running theEXEC command from within SQL Management Studio. So it appears to be working. However, after I modified the …

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External Database Connection String

Hello I am trying to use an external SQL Server Database Table to create a Form and a Template using said external DB table. I have tried several different connection string combos without any luck. I have also tried to find how to do this within the …

Author: Anonymous
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2 SQL Servers connection string

Hi, I had the situation where I had to access 2 separate SQL data sources at once: one of the local DNN and another one form a remote location. How I would connect in that situation? This does not work <SelectCommand ConnectionString="Data …

Author: Cata
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Trapping the submitted SQL

Is it possible to trap and review the submitted SQL statement? I have a form that isn't updating the database but it isn't returning any errors either. At a loss on where to go next.

Author: Bryan Lynn
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