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Export Client Attachments Sage ACT version 11

Posted on 2011-02-15
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Hi,

I am trying to export the Client details and associated Attachments from SAGE ACT Version 11. It's real simple exporting the Client details, but I cannot find a way to export the file paths to the associated Client Attachments.

Any help much appreciated.

Regards,
adve.
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by:Mike Lazarus
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What are you trying to export to?
Are you referring to the files attached to histories, Documents, Activities, Opportunities or all of the above?
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Specifically we are trying export all attachment file paths associated with a Client. The majority of these attachments are stored in the Documents and Activities tab on the Client form. However, if the solution exists, it would be great if there was a way to export all attachments associated with a Client, from histories, documents, activities and opportunities
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I think you'll need something like itExport - http://www.glcomputing.com.au/main/64/1

Or, if you have some database skills, have a look at:
http://blog.glcomputing.com.au/2009/07/connecting-to-act-by-sage-data.html
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