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Exporting data FROM Oscommerce TO Excel

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Hey everyone! It's been a while since i've been here.

Ok, I know that you can import datasheet from excel to oscommerce easily using easy populate and probably a lot of other contribution but my thing is that i want to do it the other way round. My problem is that I keep track of every sales (name, price, address, etc...) on a excel datasheet and find that it's time consuming. I want oscommerce to send all these information to my excel datasheet. Do any of you know of a contribution that would suit my needs or another way to work it out. I'm pretty sure that some of you have deal with the same problem in the past.

 

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Matt

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look here

https://www.google.com/search?q=export+customer+order+data+oscommerce

 

i personally use heidisql with some scripts to generate csv files that can be opened in excel, so I don't have experience with any of these.

For heidisql to work, you need to be able to access your database directly.and understand the sql syntax.


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You can use Easy Populate to export to a .CSV file and then into a Spreadsheet

 

 

 

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You can use Easy Populate to export to a .CSV file and then into a Spreadsheet

Really ? Isn't easy populate just for products ?


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Hi Carine,

 

You are correct, I didn't read the OP's original question correctly.

 

 

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