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Help Setting up an ODBC connection to 3Com NBX Records

Posted on 2008-10-06
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I would like to use Crystal to write reports off of a 3Com NBX system. I currently view the call from NBX Call Reports. How do I set up an ODBC connection?
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Is there an ODBC driver available for the ubderlying database?

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by:NLITech
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I do not even know what the underlying database is. I have asked my phone vender, they do not know either.
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I did figure this out. NBX call reports use an .mdb database. And the name of the table is CallData.
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Thank you
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