Data Warehouses

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Overview

A data warehouse is a database used for reporting. A data warehouse is a definition of a database to house replicated tables from your accounting product. The databases can either be Microsoft Access databases or Microsoft SQL Server databases. During the Get Data process, the data warehouses will be created and populated with the chosen tables. Queries, views and stored procedures can be added to the database to transform data in preparation for reporting or external use.

In order to use ODBClink, you will need to create a data warehouse.

If this is your first time using ODBClink, see Adding a data warehouse.

Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access data warehouses are available in ODBClink Free Edition or higher.

Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server data warehouses are available in ODBClink Standard Edition or higher.

MySQL

MySQL data warehouses are available in ODBClink Standard Edition or higher.

Advanced data warehouse management

Advanced data warehouse management provides the following additional functionality.

  • Enable / Disable data warehouses;
  • Specify the location of your data warehouses.

It is only available in ODBClink Standard Edition, and ODBClink Pro Edition.

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