Hi Dinesh For a server based solution, try the following post for an example of how to write back to a database. http://community.qlik.com/docs/DOC-2784 You obviously need to build your own specific solution, but this should set you heading in the right direction. Regards
To insert data into ORACLE, 2 ways :
1. ODBC : add "MODE WRITE" in ODBC Connection string like below
CONNECT32 TO [MICDW;DBQ=XXXXXXX] (XUserId is DJLJFDLKJDKLÖFLKÖFJD, XPassword is DFLHJ=DFKJKÖLKLDJF, Mode is write);
2. Use Oracle OLEDB driver , works well !!!
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