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Hi Experts -

I've been trying out google docs - specifically google forms and it uses a spearsheet to contain the submitted data.

Would it be possible if I can download the data daily to my linux system with mysql? and if so, how can one achieve this?


Cheers!
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This is definitely possible but you will need to do your homework. Get started here: https://developers.google.com/google-apps/spreadsheets/

Since using a Linux system, I am assuming you will not be using .NET and so you will want to read up on implementing the Java Client API. There is a tabbed section with information on the provided link as well as further documentation and examples.

You can either post your question additionally for Java experts to look into if you are looking for in-depth information or, which I highly suggest, obtain a company or freelancer in your area to assist with the coding if you do not have someone in-house nor the time/knowledge to code this yourself.
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