How to create a push event in EasyBadge

Modified on Tue, 31 Mar 2020 at 10:22 AM

You can send data back to a database server via an external connection. 


The usual flow of data is from a data source into EasyBadge. The external connection is setup and a query is attached to it - this usually takes the form of a SQL SELECT or stored procedure.


To send data back to the server you create another query which contains the required SQL: an update, insert or again a stored procedure. On the edit query dialog there is a tab named 'Push Events'.  EasyBadge will run this query if any of the ticked events are done - the data is pushed into the remote connection. For example, if you wanted to store the Mifare UID when a card is printed then you might have a query something like:


EXEC SendMifare '{student id}', '{card id}'


Where 'student id' and 'card id' are fields in EasyBadge. With the 'Print' push event ticked this query will be run each time a card is printed.


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