dotConnect for QuickBooks is a database driver that helps users to connect to QuickBooks with ease. It offers a very simple and fast way of connecting to QuickBooks databases via ODBC. It can be used as an ORM, a standard ADO.NET provider, or as a database schema designer for QuickBooks schemas, and it is usually used for building data access layers in.NET applications, where the need for programming data access is almost an obvious solution.
.NET Developer's Guide to QuickBooks 2003-2011
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Decision Date: 05/03/99 Archive Date: 05/15/99
DOCKET NO. 96-17 871 ) DATE
On appeal from the
Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office in St. Petersburg,
Whether new and material evidence has been received to reopen a
claim of entitlement to service connection for a right-sided
bilateral hearing loss.
Appellant represented by: Disabled American Veterans
WITNESSES AT HEARING ON APPEAL
Appellant and his wife
ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD
L. Conley, Associate Counsel
The veteran served on active duty from September 1946 to April
1947. This matter comes before the Board of Veterans' Appeals
(Board) on appeal from a March 1993 decision by the Department of
Veterans Affairs (VA) Regional Office (RO) in St. Petersburg,
Florida, which, in pertinent part, denied service connection for
a right-sided bilateral hearing loss.
The veteran testified at a hearing before a Decision Review
Officer (DRO) in March 1997, at which the veteran's wife also
testified. A transcript of the hearing is in the record. The
appellant testified that he was exposed to a mix of sound and
sound was a problem. In the March 1993 decision, the RO
determined that new and material evidence had not been
presented, to include the veteran's hearing loss. The veteran
did not appeal this decision to the Board.
However, in a statement received in February 1998, the veteran
represents that he wished to have the case reopened, citing his
"willingness to cooperate with VA in the processing of
- QuickBooks Desktop Entitlement is not supported on the Developer Edition of QuickBooks Online. For developer edition, you can go to
- You must have one of the following editions of QuickBooks Desktop installed on your machine: Enterprise, Pro or Premier.
- If you are using the Developer Edition of QuickBooks Online, your first attempt may fail. It will return a message saying that you need a valid activation code in order to complete the connection. If this is the case, you can either contact Intuit or use the Windows key combination ALT + CTRL + DEL and log in with your Intuit account ( to activate your QuickBooks Developer Edition. This will unlock your QuickBooks Desktop connection for the first time.
# Create User and User Profile objects.
// Create a new user object.
User user = new User();
// User will be created in inactive status.
// Change the status of the user to active.
user.Status = UserStatusType.Active;
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dotConnect for QuickBooks contains numerous features and allows you to easily and quickly develop data layer that can be used on the database that stores your QuickBooks data.
The folder ( ) where the source code of this provider resides contains examples and there are descriptions on how you can take advantage of these resources when writing your own applications.
Before we present how you can use the provider and demonstrate a sample scenario, let's say that you are developing an application for the Italian tax firm that stores its company's data in the QuickBooks database, as part of a strategy of future expansion to new international markets.
You want to create an application that allows your client's company to connect to this QuickBooks data, perform data retrieval and, after that, bind the retrieved data to other controls in your application.
In the.NET framework, this can be accomplished with the dotConnect for.NET provider mentioned above. It is a component that allows you to easily add in your application all features that can be used in the data access layer of a software application and, thanks to its Entity Framework support, you can integrate these with the entities that represent the data stored in the QuickBooks database.
However, when you are developing this application, you do not know any of the data that is stored in the QuickBooks database and, as a result, you cannot write any code for the provider to process this data.
Although this might seem like a limitation, it allows you to take advantage of the provider's many features. First, you can use the many prebuilt layers included in this provider, which allow you to access any QuickBooks data and data source in a database-like manner.
As we mentioned before, these prebuilt layers integrate a rich set of functionality and tools such as smart tag support, automatic data access layer creation and processing, and so on.
Furthermore, you can use the data retrieved by the provider in any way that you want, including the storage of data in a database, file or even web service.
Using these tools, you can build a data access layer to be used in your application and you can then easily bind data and other controls with these retrieved data.
Of course, it is worth mentioning that the data access layers provided with this provider integrate a broad set of features that can be used to bind the data in a more controlled manner and in a way that offers the flexibility required to do it with these data.
dotConnect for QuickBooks is a tool that was designed to help certain computer users, such as software developers or programmers integrate QuickBooks data support into their.NET applications quickly.
Since it is an ADO.NET provider, it offers users a standard ADO.NET interface, but also features support for the Entity Framework one, thus offering users a broad range of possibilities.
It is possible for users to connect to a QuickBooks database quickly, by choosing the corresponding data source from the combo menu and providing the utility with valid authentication details (user id and password). Performing this operation can be done via the Server Explorer component this provider encompasses.
Binding data and other controls to QuickBooks is also a feature of this ADO.NET provider and it can be accomplished via smart tag configuration. It is possible to configure some of its components, build data access layers without manually writing codes and processing QuickBooks data in a database-like manner.
Furthermore, dotConnect for QuickBooks integrates support for Entity Framework and allows users to access data through this interface. Therefore, it is possible to use many features that are specific to the framework mentioned above, such as LINQ to Entities or Entity relations with both eager and lazy loading modules.Atsushi Kitajima
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