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Old 09-04-2018, 12:02 PM   #1
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I was just wondering if any of you have used or know someone who has used a program called DBAmp. Could you let me know if you like or dislike the software?

My boss asked me to look into the software, but aside from the manufacturer's website, I'm having trouble finding reviews for it. The primary purpose of the program is to take data out of Salesforce and put into something like SQL Server for easier access.

Any thoughts or advice you have would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: DBAmp -- Salesforce to SQL

Never heard of it before you posted your question. I did consulted Dr. Google and read up,on it a little.

Is your company already using SalesForce? If not, you may find something a little more economical, depending on what your requirements are.
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Re: DBAmp -- Salesforce to SQL

Also, LadyDi, I didn’t notice your post count before I answered so if I came off as a condescending or like I was treating you like a noob, I do apologize...

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Re: DBAmp -- Salesforce to SQL

There is now a connector for Salesforce in the latest Access version

https://support.office.com/en-us/art...c-c6ac3c58f5a0

Not sure if this would help you? If access can join to it I'm sure SQL Server can.

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