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Hello all! I am a WebFOCUS newbie, and I am dealing with an issue for which I cannot find a good answer. I am trying to build a report from a SQL Server stored procedure. The proc resides on a SQL Server 7 database. As we cannot use an adapter, WebFOCUS is connected to the database using ODBC.
In order to successfully call this stored procedure, should I create a master file, or is it easier to call the stored proc from the WebFOCUS procedure/report itself. And either way, can someone give me a reliable code example to try out?
Thanks in advance for any help!This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
WebFOCUS 7.6.11, Windows XP, Server 2003, SQL Server 7/2005 PDF, HTML, Excel
I forwarded this one to our internal technicals and was suggested that this issue can be a little more involved, so a better channel for assistance would be to open a case with Information Builders' Customer Support Services. You may either call at 1-800-736-6130, or access online at InfoResponse.
Kerry Zhan Focal Point Moderator Information Builders, Inc.
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