i had used the quickbooks driver from http://www.rssbus.com/ado/quickbooks/
so i could connect via a .NET application;
They had a decent amount of examples, and it was pretty easy to connect and view the data; from there, i could put the data in a datatable in .NET, and do what i want with it after that, for example copy all the tables to SQL server for example.
When i did that is was the version 1.0 driver, and it did work well, but one specific thing that i was looking for, which was the Relations/ Foreign key equivilent for Payments Received-to-Invoices-Paid was not exposed; That was a critical piece for the process I was building, so I stopped investigating that.
Their driver is now labeled 2.0, but it was definteily straight forward if you are a programmer.
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