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I'm trying to add Vendors to QB using QODBC. But when I try inserting Terms I get a message that there is no Matching Terms in Terms list. Is there a way to update the Terms list with the Terms I want to use in Vendor?
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Is the Term currently in QB? If not, then you will need to add it, either manually from within the QB UI or from the TERMS tables via the qODBC read/write driver. You will have to have the Terms updated prior to entering the Vendor with that information.
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I know that it will have to be in the Tems table. But it seems to me that the Terms table is not unpalatable via QODBC. Are you saying that it is?
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Sorry, I assumed it was update-able but seems it's not. You will have to update the terms from the QB UI before you can use the terms in the Vendor update.
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