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By Robert Houben, CTO on 8/11/2010 12:28 PM

In this document we will create a macro-enabled workbook and use a pre-built macro to import MultiValued data into a series of worksheets in the workbook.

The data will come from the sample CUST file in the GAXOLEDB account that is created when the FusionWare Direct Data Access Server (Direct DAS) is installed on your MultiValue system.

You will need to modify the connection string to reflect your system, and you can freely modify the COMMANDTEXT property and other code to process different tables.

We will use the FusionWare Direct OLE DB Provider to access this data.

By Robert Houben, CTO on 8/10/2010 2:41 PM
This document describes how you can rapidly create a DataSet of your MultiValued data without having to map your data.  Starting with a TCL LIST/SORT command that produces the output that you want to retrieve, we show you how to go from that to a fully functional ADO.NET command that retrieves this data for you.  Note that although we focus on ADO.NET, the same command can be called from COM/COM+ using the FusionWare Direct OLE DB Driver, or from Java using the FusionWare Java Data Adapter.
By Robert Houben, CTO on 8/10/2010 2:29 PM
This article provides examples and explains in depth, how Microsoft's DbDataAdapter Fill method converts nested IDataReader objects representing MultiValued data into a series of DataTable and DataRelation objects in a DataSet.
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