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Facility Manager - SQL

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10-06-2006 12:57 PM
I have recently installed Facility Manager - SQL on my laptop. Can I access my database I created originally with Facility Manager - ACCESS with this?
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Re: Facility Manager - SQL

10-06-2006 02:20 PM in reply to: Jennifer.Eckert
No each back end database maintains it's own data. The data in the access database would need to be ported over to MS-SQL. Be advised that this process needs to follow the database schema rules. For example Properties, Buildings, Floors, must be imported before spaces can be linked. Also remember each database maintains its own tracking information, so you will need to make sure the records import correctly.

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www.fmdesktop.com
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Re: Facility Manager - SQL

10-06-2006 05:50 PM in reply to: Jennifer.Eckert
Can't the Access SQL Update Wizard be used in this context?

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No each back end database maintains it's own data. The data in the access
database would need to be ported over to MS-SQL. Be advised that this
process needs to follow the database schema rules. For example Properties,
Buildings, Floors, must be imported before spaces can be linked. Also
remember each database maintains its own tracking information, so you will
need to make sure the records import correctly.

Stephen Komisarek
FM Solutions Consultant
Building Solutions Division
www.autodesk.com
www.fmdesktop.com
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Re: Facility Manager - SQL

01-31-2007 08:04 AM in reply to: Jennifer.Eckert
Steve,
How best can I contact you about a business proposal?

I was in the FM Desktop training you did in Southfield, MI last week.
Thanks,
Bill Orlowski
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