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Our licensing is backward compatible but is not upward compatible (meaning this current version will not work with QuickBooks 2015, 2016..etc.) Question: What is the difference between Desktop Edition and It has to be IP Address.If your QuickBooks application is on another machine & Cloud app is on other & you want to fetch data remotely then you need to license.1) You can continue your work with 1 licenses If your developer works with sample business file. I can remote > >>> access the PC from the mac, but not the other way around. > >> When I try to > >>> connect to the mac from the Source
Answer: When the machine using the services likes a web server, PHP MS SQL Server and connecting to QRemote/QODBC need a Server Edition license. Generated Fri, 23 Dec 2016 02:23:49 GMT by s_ac16 (squid/3.5.20) Any thoughts? Answer: I kindly suggest you refer below article for how to setup DCOM sever: How to setup QODBC DCOM ServerI would like to suggest you to use QRemote instead of DCOM
It looks like I would actually need to purchase 2 licenses at 149 each since the license is per user, even though I need to run the software on 2 machines? Typically most components allow you to install a production installation and a development/test installation under the same license, but I don't see a way to do this with the QODBC product? Machine B: QRemote License or QODBC RO/RW License.
I am running the VNC Free edition on Debian with a xorg X server.I am trying to make the VNC server work for screen 0.I have made the changes in the I assume I do not need two licenses for this? This machine has QRemoteServer, QODBC, and QuickBooks Question: Hello, we have a 32-bit server running QuickBooks 13.0 with 20 users and an MS 2010 access database with 25 users trying Question: I am having issues connecting a Linked Server from my SQL Server to Quickbooks.
Can you please confirm?2. kcminit: cannot connect to X server linux:1 knotify: cannot connect to X server linux:1 DCOP aborting call from 'anonymous-7443' to 'knotify' ksmserver: cannot connect to X server linux:1 startkde: Shutting down... Question: I purchased the server edition with the expectation that it could be used in a multiuser environment. A Read Only License will work. ( If they have QuickBooks Enterprise, they would not need RO Licensetoo ).You can install QODBC on the 32-Bit server which has QuickBooks.The user can
What do I need to purchase on the machine running QuickBooks? Did I > >> not configure > >>> something properly or...? Did Inot configurePost by Jeff Hignettsomething properly or...? James Weatherall jnw "at" realvnc.com Tue May 15 15:36:01 2007 Previous message: Unable to open license file: No such file or directory (2)???
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- Answer: If you want to work with live data on both machines then you need to purchase 2 licenses.
- Answer: If your cloud server has Fixed IP address then you can connect to your local QuickBooks data file using QODBC (QRemote Server).
- Also, I have a development/test environment setup which mirrors the production configuration (QRemote running on a development QuickBooks server and QODBC client running on a development machine).
- Please get in touch with our sales team for purchasing a license: Contact Us at QODBC.com Question: I have a client that is looking to integrate a custom application with
- Did Inot configurePost by Jeff Hignettsomething properly or...?
- Answer: Desktop Editions Application is local to the machine,(such as MS Office, Crystal Reports, etc) Read Only Desktop Edition (for extracting data out of QuickBooks for reporting purposes) Please note this
Thanks again!Jeff Jeff Hignett 2007-05-15 13:04:30 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Anybody have any idea why I would be getting this message? Question: We need to import QuickBooks data into MS SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server 2012 (we have both versions), so we have some questions:1. Read/Write Desktop Edition (for extracting data out of QuickBooks and pushing data into QuickBooks for updating or creating new records) Server EditionService based applications(MS SQL Server,MySQL,PHP,Web Server,Windows Scheduler) Read/Write Edition (for Answer: If your QuickBooks application & SQL Server application is on the same machine, then you need only one license "QODBC Server version".If your QuickBooks application is on another machine &
Everything for the business is done on that 1 machine. this contact form Next message: Failed to connect: connection refused (10061) Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Login | Register For Free | Help I have to test and verify his work on my personal desktop computer. Can you indicate to me how to set up the DCOM.
Thanks again!Jeff_______________________________________________VNC-List mailing listhttp://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list_______________________________________________VNC-List mailing listhttp://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list Jeff Hignett 2007-05-15 14:22:08 UTC PermalinkRaw Message James,I thought if I was using the 30-trial version, I didn't need a licensekey...?JeffPost by James WeatherallJeff,It sounds So to be clear on the terminal server machine running SQL server but NOT running QuickBooks, I would need to purchase *QODBC Server Edition Read Write Driver* for QuickBooks at $499 Correct? http://cleantechinnvest.com/unable-to/unable-to-open-infobase-invalid-license-file-location.html We purchased the read-only version as we don't need back and forth capabilities.
Question: I am a developer and I recently purchased the QODBC server edition and I am a little confused about licensing. could you please confirm? If you are connecting remotely, one which runs such services needs a Server Edition License.
You can obtain a 30-day trial license from http://www.realvnc.com/products/enterprise Regards, Wez @ RealVNC Ltd > -----Original Message----- > From: Jeff Hignett [mailto:jhignett "at" epixpharma.com] > Sent: 15 May 2007 15:22 >
Answer: QODBC Read-only edition for QuickBooks Enterprise does not include QRemote License. Any thoughts? See http://www.realvnc.com for information on VNC. vncconfig: unable to open display "linux:1" xterm Xt error: Can't open display: linux:1 xsetroot: unable to open display 'linux:1' xset: unable to open display "linux:1" xset: unable to open display "linux:1"
I am running the standard vnc-server package with RHEL4: > > [playdoh:~ sjs298$] which vncserver > /usr/bin/vncserver > [playdoh:~ sjs298$] rpm -qif /usr/bin/vncserver > Name : vnc-server Relocations: (not > relocatable) The custom application is using SQL Server 2008 Express. Windows scheduler, the actual owner is the service.QODBC Server Edition license is required if you are using Service Based application or MS SQL, Web Server. Check This Out Any thoughts?
Regarding using Auto Login feature, QuickBooks will not allow multiple login of the same user. When I try toconnect to the mac from the PC, I receive the following error: 3Unable toopen license file: No such file or directory (2)2. Is there any way you can provide me with a development license key?I have a command line application running on the client that makes the calls to QODBC using the DSN I can remoteaccess the PC from the mac, but not the other way around.
Answer: Assuming You have QODBC and QuickBooks Installed on the Server and User login to Terminal Services session on the same server. Yavor _______________________________________________ VNC-List mailing list VNC-List [at] realvnc To remove yourself from the list visit: http://www.realvnc.com/mailman/listinfo/vnc-list jnw at realvnc Jun6,2006,9:37AM Post #2 of 2 (1854 views) Permalink RE: Unable to open license file: However, even though I map to the local workstation drive I cannot open the session with my application when it is running from the cloud server. Even though you have a .Bat / command line utility as it's invoked by Service based application i.e.
Click Here Knowledgebase (1)Downloads (942)Tutorials (813)TroubleShooting (17)Syntax (53)QXL Support (133)QODBC (15)QODBC Online (42)QODBC POS SEARCH Knowledgebase [QODBC-Desktop] QODBC with QRemote Licensing Information Posted by Rajendra Dewani (QODBC Support) on 24 No QODBC License is required (if using desktop based/non-service based application) when using QuickBooks Sample company file. However, the literature that he recommends that I should use, suggested that QODBC should be loaded on each workstation. I have a separate desktop machine where I actually run the software for my small business.
QODBC is a client-side driver that would normally reside on the workstations. You will not need Server edition License. I can remotePost by Jeff Hignettaccess the PC from the mac, but not the other way around.When I try toPost by Jeff Hignettconnect to the mac from the PC, I receive I am assuming that we need to purchase the QODBC Server Edition since our SQL Server is 64 bit.
The server version of QODBC is for synchronizing SQL Server with QuickBooks data or for a web or intranet application, it is multi-threaded and can work with the service-based application. Answer: QODBC License for 2014 works with QuickBooks versions 2002-2014. Did I not configuresomething properly or...? However, now I get this (running the free version) [Informix] $ vncserver You will require a password to access your desktops.
I have the server edition and I have tried using the DCOM set up procedure with out success. Any thoughts?