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SAP Query From Excel/Access through SAP-DB ODBC

Posted on 2006-04-14
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Last Modified: 2013-12-08
Dear All,

I'm trying to query SAP from Excel/Access through ODBC (SAP DB), directly from VBA. I just specify that I never used SAP before. Some questions:
-  I need special authorization to query SAP using ODBC (Read-Only)?
- There is a way to find from the standard SAP interface Server & Database I should use logging in from SAP-DB ODBC Interface?
- There is a way to find a list of SAP table and content?

- There is someone who have already an example of VBA basic code interfaced with SAP?

Thanks a lot for the support,
Question by:Giangyp78
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