My experience with interfacing with SAGE (Line50 and Line100) is in a
Windows environment only. You need to get the developer's toolkit from Sage
(a bit costly BTW). Line100 comes with an ODBC driver, if that's any help.
We do a similar type of thing in that we process billing information and
then write the invoices into a number of accounts packages (including Sage).
Once you have the develop's toolkit, it's a doddle to talk to MySQL and Sage
at the same time (I use Visual Foxpro - very nice tool).
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen McCullough" <swm at swmcc.com>
To: "ILUG" <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2001 10:30 AM
Subject: [ILUG] MySQL & SAGE
>> This is a non-unix question (sort of) - but since you are a lot of very
> I thought I would ask you.
>> Can SAGE talk to a MySQL database? I tried asking SAGE however they didn't
> MySQL and was and I was on hold for over 40mins. If anyone knows the
> tell me as I am starting to go a bit mad here and the boss wants to know
as soon as possible.
>> Basically I have written a billing system in PERL and MySQL - however I
have now been told
> (at this late stage) that I have to use SAGE to produce the bills. I know
> SAGE at all btw.
>> I know this is a stupid question and I apologise in advance.
> Stephen McCullough http://www.swmcc.com>> Your're only supposed to blow the bloddy doors off!
>> The Italian Job (1969)
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