we can provide an additional access code in this circumstance. please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance with this issue.
this is just the nature of the ab api. the only way you could work around this is to use a different application name on each machine.
this table was not supported in version 5. please contact support@synergration to arrange an upgrade to version 6.
what version of the product are you using?
names need to be unique across customers, vendors, and employees. also, make sure you trim any spaces from the name.
i assume you’re working in a .net environment. the currency definitions in coreobjx should appear as decimal types in .net. you can use the built in conversion functions in .net.
that would be the receivepayments collection. here is some sample code in vb6:
dim inv as invoice
dim pmt as receivepayment
dim appliedto as txnappliedto
‘ create an invoice for 2 doors
set inv = invoices.add("baker, chris")
inv.itemlines.add "wood door:exterior", 2
inv.txndate = "12/31/2007"
‘ receive payment for the invoice
set pmt = receivepayments.add("baker, chris")
pmt.txndate = "12/31/2007"
pmt.total = inv.balanceremaining
set appliedto = pmt.appliedtotxns.add(inv.txnid)
appliedto.amount = inv.balanceremaining
the built in master collections (ex customers, vendors, invoices etc) are global multi-use objects which become like language extensions in visual basic. in other languages, you must specifically reference the master collections through the qbconnection object. for example: qbconnection.company.customers or qbconnection.company.invoices, etc.
what programming language are you using?
try using this code:
qbconnection.connect("", "my test app", qbopenmodedontcare)
onewcustomer = qbconnection.company.customers.add("new coreobjx customer")
this is a common qb error. first check that qb is opened and you are logged in as the admin user. next, if you are running under windows 7, windows vista, or server 2008, make sure that you have user access control turned on. if you continue to have the problem then chances are that your qb installation is corrupt. to correct this follow these steps:
1. uninstall all versions of qb
2. delete the folder c:\program files\intuit
3. delete the folder c:\program files\common files\intuit
4. reinstall qb.
the help file is installed in the windows\help folder to support context sensitive help in the ide. the access code is provided when you purchase the library and is passed with the application name on the connect method of the qbconnection object.