Welcome to the December issue of our monthly Newsletter!
Each month, we try our best to bring to you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
December has been a good month. In the first couple of weeks it was business as usual, busy, busy, busy. Then, in a matter of days, everything slowed down to a trickle; no customers requiring support, few daily emails in the inbox… at last, a well deserved break! So, how was this year?
2022 has been a busy year. With the Covid crisis behind us, we have worked hard to regain the momentum we lost in the previous two years. We’re not 100% back to pre-Covid levels yet but it’s getting there, and next year is looking good!
In terms of deliveries, we were able to deliver the regular maintenance and upgrades for SQList and we released SQList Online, the cloud version of our SQList, which is showing very promising signs. Customer support (a priority as always) took a good chunk of our resources and, based on the feedback we received, we must have done well.
This year we also expanded our Sales and Marketing team and got them up to speed, ready to start the next year running. They have already been in touch with some of you, and we must thank you for the very positive feedback you gave on SQList.
And the company growth does not end there, in 2023 we plan to expand our development team too and start working on yet another version of SQList as well as other projects.
We have great expectations for 2023 so keep watching this space! In the meantime,
HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us at AxioWorks!
Focus blog entry: AxioWorks SQList is now available online
This year we launched SQList Online! The cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) version of SQList, our on-prem application that makes it extremely easy for organizations to store and synchronize SharePoint On-prem/SharePoint Online data into SQL Server databases, allowing them to efficiently generate reports using their preferred reporting tools like Power BI, Excel, or SSRS by connecting directly to SQL tables.
Read all about it: AxioWorks SQList is now available online.
SQList 30-second feature: Keep deleted SharePoint items in SQL Server with AxioWorks SQList
If you have very large SharePoint lists that have become difficult to manage due to their size, you may want to trim them but still have all data available to reporting tools or other LOB systems.
In this video you will see how you can use SQList to synchronise your SharePoint lists with SQL Server tables and keep deleted items in the table.
Click this link for a short video.
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
How to embed a Microsoft List form in a SharePoint page
If you are looking for a solution to increase the adoption of a new list in SharePoint or Microsoft Lists, getting it embedded in a new page might be a good approach. By embedding the new item form in a SharePoint page, users will be able to add data to list without leaving the page context, making the process faster and less disruptive.
How Much Data Can You Load Into Power BI?
Power BI can handle large data volumes, but just how much data can you load into Power BI? Can Power BI handle big data? How big is “big” anyway?
Enable SQL Server system versioning for SQL tables generated by SQList
In this article, we are going to see how to add SQL Server System Versioning to SQL tables created by SQList.
That’s all folks, till next time.