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How can I write data in a Database?

We are trying to develope a .VI which should send data to a database
directly. Please if someone has done it tell us which DB is better and
easier to use. We would prefer to use Access or something similar.

Thanks.
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Hi

SQL is a common database language and NI sell a SQL tool kit for LV.
Another option is to use ActiveX to control Microsoft Access database.

Tim

Info Siscon wrote:

> We are trying to develope a .VI which should send data to a database
> directly. Please if someone has done it tell us which DB is better and
> easier to use. We would prefer to use Access or something similar.
>
> Thanks.
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In article <3821c177@newsgroups.ni.com>,
"Info Siscon" wrote:
> We are trying to develope a .VI which should send data to a database
> directly. Please if someone has done it tell us which DB is better and
> easier to use. We would prefer to use Access or something similar.
>
> Thanks.
>
>
If you want to use access, one way of "sending" data to access is
through a txt file. Last month i had to make a vi that sent data to
access, and what i did was to write the information i wanted in a txt
file, and then in labview i executed a macro in access that grabbed the
data from the txt file and put it in the tables.
if you need more information about it, e mail me :

prgmmr@yahoo.com


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prgmmr@yahoo.com wrote:

> In article <3821c177@newsgroups.ni.com>,
> "Info Siscon" wrote:
> > We are trying to develope a .VI which should send data to a database
> > directly. Please if someone has done it tell us which DB is better and
> > easier to use. We would prefer to use Access or something similar.
> >

You might use the SQL toolkit, provided by NI. visit their web site.

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Wolf-Dieter Wall
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