Integrate data from SQL-databases into documents

Database Data Sourc - Integrate data from SQL-databases into documents.

Fast access to data - without programming

With dox42 you can integrate data from SQL-based databases (Oracle, Microsoft® Access, SQL Server, DB2,...) fast and easily into automated documents. Just select the Data Fields requested and define selection criteria in the Query Designer.

Combination of various data sources

Take full advantage of the possibility to integrate multiple data sources into your document. dox42 automatically manages the dependencies between all data. Realize the full potential of dox42 by combining various data sources (WebService, SharePoint, XML, Microsoft® Excel,...).

Design your templates in Microsoft® Office

As soon as the data sources are configured in the Query Designer, you design templates with the dox42 Office Add-Ins conveniently in Microsoft® Word, Microsoft® Excel or Microsoft® PowerPoint.
Certainly you can start with existing Word or Excel documents to build templates.

Generate documents locally or server-based

When generating, dox42 runs the defined database query and automatically integrates the data into the documents. It's up to you, how to generate your document. Use the same template to generate on the dox42 Server or directly from the dox42 Add-Ins.

At a glance

  • Integrate all SQL-based databases (SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft® Access, DB2,...) with just the click of a button
  • Use data from multiple sources in one document (WebService, SharePoint, XML, Microsoft® Excel or Custom)
  • Querys, Joins and Stored Procedures
Query Designer

Here`s how it works...

The Sample Template "Order Confirmation Sport Shops" shows you, how to build an automated document with access to a database. Also have a look at the corresponding video tutorial.

Bestellbestätigung eines Sport Shops