In this article we will describe the details of this new method of adding an internal database and external database. We assume that you already have an internal database system that you have to work with. This system should be user friendly, internet capable, and your preferred method of organizing your data.
To add an external database, start by creating a new external database in your database system that will be the location for the data used on your labels! The choice of a purposed external database is up to you. You can use the current databases that you already use. The following databases are supported in NiceLabel Designer Pro 6 (License or Starter): Access, Excel, SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, MS Access, MS Excel, MS SQL, and MS Access. The example in this article uses the external database that includes the part numbers and instructions for a food processor.
Step 2: The next step is allowing NiceLabel Designer Pro 6 to import (register) the information from the external database. In order to do this, you must first register the external database, then register the external database with the external database that houses your internal database. Next, you must import the background information that is considered important or common for all labels in the organization database. This information is used by NiceLabel Designer Pro 6 to format the data to conform to the label image (fonts, colors, etc.).
Once your background information has been imported, any changes to the labeling information will be updated to the internal database in the background information (steps 4 and 5). Once the background data has been imported, you can continue to add data to the label as needed.
Step 3: Next, the image you wish to use will be introduced. If your part numbers are cataloged, this will not show them all. In this case, we only want to show a few so that they are easy to locate and account for in the printing process. Next, you will be prompted to choose a part number that you wish to use. d2c66b5586