You clearly know what you're doing...Maybe, maybe not. Let's just say I have some experience. Doesn't always mean I know what I'm doing. :)using an export from SIPro of seven years of financial every one of the S&P 500 companies ... and you may see why I opted for that route rather than SQL access to their databaseMy SQL experience is limited. The collections of data I dealt with professionally were too large for SQL to be of much help.However, the VFP engine allows a wide variety of access directly from EXCEL, from extraction of a field, row, or even an entire SI Pro database. However, I suspect joining of the databases via SQL in EXCEL would be counterproductive -- that's where SI Pro's screening capabilities would be best used. But I'm looking more for ad hoc extraction and reporting using the SI Pro data.I already have that capability for data found on the Internet, though my add-in. I just wanted to extend that capability to the SI Pro databases.
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