Florida 2012 - 2nd to 5th April, 2012
All the current databases have an option to access your MultiValue data using ODBC, but each one does it different. Learn how each database handles ODBC mapping to MultiValue data and see live examples and applications that use ODBC to access your MultiValue data. Don't limit yourself, or your users, by not understanding the one of the common tools that comes with your existing system.
Excel is a popular media to review and work with MultiValue Data. It provide an easy way to provide formatted output, and data mining using pivot tables. Majority of all end users out there have access to Excel, and use it to some degree or another.
In this session we will show you how to extract MultiValue data and import it into Excel using subroutine calls. We'll talk about how to add data to individual cells, as well as do bulk updates of cells and rows.
This session also includes 1 hour of hands-on samples, so make sure you bring your laptop.