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Datev Database

Hello,

I would like to get data from Datev. I have no idea where and in which format the Datev data s stored in. Is Datev datas stored in a sprecial database for datev or are the datev-information are stored in the SBO-Databse in sprecial tables?

Can any body give an advice how and from where I can get theinformation abaut Datev?

Thanks in advanced

Vural Özmen

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2009 at 12:49 PM

    Hi,

    What is DateV..?

    Vasu Natari.

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      Hi,

      Datev is an initegrated AddOn of SBO. I do not either know very much about it, but it has something to do which payments.

      Here Iwant to get information out of this AddOn about a give Busniess Partner.

      Vural Özmen

  • Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 02:50 AM

    Hi Vural,

    You can find Datev relavant UDTs that start with @BD in your company database.

    Also there are some UDFs related to datev in BP master data and G/L Account etc.

    May I know what is your requirement with Datev?

    Don't update these tables manually, which may lead to data inconsistence in Datev.

    By the way, you should post the question about SAP Add-Ons in this forum:

    [SAP Business One - SAP Add-ons|SAP Add-ons;

    Kind Regards, Yatsea

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    • Former Member

      Hi Yatsea,

      I won't change anything in these tables. What I want to do is only read some information oot of the tables:

      I want to get the information how many a customes has outstanding items.

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