I’ll show how easy it is to set up this continuous replication, how we can install AxioWorks SQList anywhere and how we don’t need to make any changes to our SharePoint farm as well as showing some of the ways we can use our SharePoint data form SQL Server.
Please feel free to download a 30 day fully functional trial of AxioWork SQList which will allow you to replicate your own SharePoint data to SQL Server.
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Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!
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03 Dec 2021
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01 Nov 2021
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Power Platform provides a great way for citizen developers to develop Apps using low-code /no-code tools like PowerApps, PowerAutomate, and PowerBI. […]
18 Oct 2021
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15 Sep 2021
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