Quick Books Pro 2011

I am useing QODBC with Quickbooks 2011 Pro

I have several "Memorized invoices" in quickbooks.

Does anyone know which table in quick books the data for each of these memorized invoices would be stored??
Curtis LongAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Broadly speaking, they are in the Lists menu, Memorized Transaction lists.

Go to this Intuit Support article for an overview of Memorized transactions.

http://support.quickbooks.intuit.com/support/pages/inproducthelp/Core/QB2K12/ContentPackage/Core/Transactions/common_memorize.html

Part way down, click on Edit Memorized Transaction and it will take you through the list.

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Curtis LongAuthor Commented:
If I wanted to use QODBC to show a list of the memorized transactions in a query table what table would I call??

For example:

If I wanted to list all the customer base I would type the following:

SELECT * FROM Customer

Attached is a spread sheet with  a list of all the tables returned in QODBC
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Invoices are in tables 57 and 58 and possibly 59. All Items are in 60. A memorized invoice is still an invoice, so they will be in the first two tables. The memorization should appear in table 60 but I cannot tell for sure.

I do not use QODBC so I cannot tell for sure but the above looks like the appropriate locations.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I should make the point that memorization is just a "list of changes" if you will to existing invoices. That is, take this existing invoice, give it a new date and then make a new invoice.

Memorization does not store invoices in duplicate - just the changes to be applied.

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Curtis LongAuthor Commented:
I wanted to "Copy" the most recent invoices for each customer into a SQL table and then add a couple invoices to that table and then "SYNC" the existing ones and import any that are new.  Does anyone know a good way to do this??
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