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Quickbooks Non-Real Time Charge Card Processing

Thread began 8/06/2009 1:14 am by Wayne366927 | Last modified 8/21/2009 4:06 pm by Wayne366927 | 1514 views | 10 replies

Wayne366927

QuicBooks Processing

Hi Eric:
Again, thanks for the consideration. I see that Jason just answered the same thing in a different thread. The holy grail would be to use the QuickBooks API to connect to the QuickBooks database and run the whole thing from that DB, foregoing a DB being created just for the shopping cart. Manage one DB for the store and accounting. WOW! There is an ASP.NET cart like this, but other considerations prevent me from using it. I don't want to wish too big, so the CSV file for import would be fantastic. I hope other QuickBooks users will chime in to indicate their interest here........


Wayne G.

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