Querying BCM data

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Querying BCM data

Postby a2F5ZXNz » Mon, 15 Mar 2010 01:21:01 GMT

Hi there -- 

I'm trying to build a simple report: show me all CONTACTS where (various 
criteria are true) AND the payment status for the ACCOUNT they're associated 
with equals PAID. 

I have a feeling the reporting functions built into BCM are not robust 
enough for what I'm after, but if someone could help me figure out how to 
connect with BCM data through Access or SQL, I'd be fine. 

Any insight? I'd be grateful. 

Thanks!

Re: Querying BCM data

Postby Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert » Wed, 17 Mar 2010 06:48:42 GMT


Which BCM?

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