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Good morning guys
I'd like to know if there is a way to convert a PDF in CSV or, eventually, in TXT, in order to read from it, like a database...
I have a PDF and I think ( I dind't search a lot on the forum ) with AutoIt, but I'd like work with Excel styles...
Does anyone know a good program which convert PDF to CSV?
PS: the PDF file is 5 MB, and it contains 439 pages...
Thanks everyone for the help
I hope my title is good enough.
I'm using the ADO UDF and I have question regarding editing SQL records with this UDF.
The owner of the UDF suggested an idea, but maybe there is another trix.
Using the MSSQL.udf
I asked this question once, but haven't had a chance to reply to my old post so posting a new one instead of bouncing the old post.
I'm trying to retrieve data from my database in Microsoft SQL Server 2014. When I tried the code below; empty message box return and no error approaches.
$Connection = _MSSQL_Con($ServerAddress, $ServerUsername, $ServerPassword, $ServerDBName) $Testquery = _MSSQL_Query($Connection, "SELECT User_ID From Banker where Manager like '%Jason%'") msgbox(0, "Test", $Testquery) exit
A few months ago someone posted a function that scanned a PC registry and returned a list of all the available ADODB connections installed. I've been searching on and off all afternoon trying to locate it. Does anyone remember which topic this was in? As far as my failing memory goes it was a post part way through an ADO related topic.
I want to present BETA Version of my ADO.au3 UDF.
This is modifed version of _sql.au3 UDF.
For that I want to thanks : ; Chris Lambert, eltorro, Elias Assad Neto, CarlH
This is first public release , and still is as BETA
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