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Connect Bridge Online Documentation

Overview
Architecture
Connectors
Active Directory
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Alfresco
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
Bing
Scenarios
Tables
Dynamics AX
Scenarios
Tables
Configuration
Dynamics CRM
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Dynamics Nav
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Dropbox
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Evernote
Tables
Scenarios
Stored procedures
Exchange
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Gmail
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
Google Apps
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
Google Drive
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
IMAP
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Liferay
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
lobodms
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
Marketo
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Office 365
OneDrive
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Oracle
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Outlook
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
PowerShell
QuickBooks
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Salesforce
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
SAP HANA
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
SharePoint
SQL Azure
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
SugarCRM
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Trello
Scenarios
Tables
Stored Procedures
Visual Studio
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Yahoo
Scenarios
Tables
Stored procedures
Suppported SQL
General SQL syntax
SELECT
INSERT
UPDATE
DELETE
Stored procedures
Joins
Conditions
Functions
Data types
Administration tool
Connect to CB- Server
Managing users
Managing groups
Managing connectors
Query analyzer
Layout
Working with query analyzer
Connect
Execute a CB SQL statement or Stored Procedure
View Results/Errors
Workflow Development Tutorial
C# sample
Java sample
Getting started
Prerequisites
Installation
Service controller
Establishing connection
Uninstallation

Overview

Connect Bridge is the ultimate integration platform for system integrators and ISVs. It allows developers to access any of the 31+ pre-made connectors with any custom application using programming language of developer´s choice.

Connect Bridge communicates with the target service through simple SQL statements transferred via APIs; it never communicates with the database directly (beside the database connectors). Connect Bridge uses ODBC, JDBC drivers and web services.

The Connectors section reveals more about the connectors themselves. You can find an overview as well as sample code, tables, scenarios and stored procedures.

The Supported SQL section provides a closer look at Connect Bridge SQL Syntax and gives practical examples.

In the Administration tool section you can learn about the Connect Bridge user interface and how to work with it.

The Query analyzer section shows how to test your Connect Bridge SQL statements before embedding them into proprietary workflow and data transformation code.

In the Getting started section, we show you the installation process and how to establish connection.