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    Default java with tally

    Hi,
    can I integrate Tally with my java application? Is there any way to interact with tally database from java?
    In very simple words , is it possible to create a laser in tally from the java code??????????

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    I may be alone on this one - but what exactly is this 'tally' you are talking about?

    Tally - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Tally 9............the most popular accounting software.

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    Perhaps a Google search "tally jdbc" can give you the answer?

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    I tried it.........but not getting anything useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by javababa View Post
    I tried it.........but not getting anything useful

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    I don't know Tally either and I googled a bit myself but most (all?) of the hits were questions like yours; maybe Tally doesn't have a JDBC driver (which would be utterly stupid imho); they do have an odbc bridge though but I'm afraid that won't help you. If you want to be famous you can write your own JDBC driver ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    I don't know Tally either and I googled a bit myself but most (all?) of the hits were questions like yours; maybe Tally doesn't have a JDBC driver (which would be utterly stupid imho); they do have an odbc bridge though but I'm afraid that won't help you. If you want to be famous you can write your own JDBC driver ;-)

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    Hmmmmmmmm........
    but i think it requires a huge knowledge................
    can you suggest me some tutorials or some basic points that should in mind at the time of writing those codes. And what will be the starting point to do that.

    I am not sure whether I can do this or not.................but i want to try once................

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    Quote Originally Posted by javababa View Post
    Hmmmmmmmm........
    but i think it requires a huge knowledge................
    can you suggest me some tutorials or some basic points that should in mind at the time of writing those codes. And what will be the starting point to do that.

    I am not sure whether I can do this or not.................but i want to try once................
    It's quite a job but depending on your Java experience, it's doable. Start by implementing the Connection interface and the MetaData objects. Next you can do the (Prepared)Statement interfaces and the ResultSet interface; you have to work yourself up from there. I don't say it is trivial or a small job but it isn't rocket science either; in the DatabaseMetaData object you can specify what your driver actually implements; you don't have to implement it all; if you're smart you can pass on all the SQL stuff as is without any intervenience from your code; good luck.

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