Office 365 and SharePoint Online Integration of SQL Databases
Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online can be integrated with almost any on-premise data source, e.g. ODBC, OLEDB, OData, Microsoft .NET based providers, Files content (Excel, XML, CSV), File shares, SQL databases like SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, IBM DB2, IBM AS/400, IBM Informix, Notes, SharePoint, Exchange, Active Directory, Navision, SAP, PowerShell and many more directly to native SharePoint lists and libraries in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud - or any other Microsoft SharePoint 2010 / 2013 installation - in just minutes without any programming using Layer2 tools.
Integrating external SQL data sources (e.g. from SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Informix, MySQL) with native SharePoint lists (e.g. news, contacts, tasks or custom lists) in Office 365, SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2010 / 2013 can close some gaps using Microsoft SharePoint, on-premise or in the cloud. Please note: It's not only about displaying external SQL data - it's about full integration with search, lookups, metadata, attachments, offline and mobile access, change notifications, and workflows.
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