Getting started in the community
Learn how to interact with the CData Community
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Error when trying to open editor in Visual Studio SSIS
When double clicking on the CData source, I am getting the following error. “Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.DataWarehouse, Version=18.104.22.168, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89845dcd8080cc91' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.”
Meet Us at Tableau Conference 2023: Let's Connect, Learn, and Grow Together!
🎉 Exciting News, CData Community! 🎉We're thrilled to announce that we'll be sponsoring and attending the Tableau Conference 2023! This premier event brings together data enthusiasts, Tableau experts, and industry leaders from around the world to share knowledge, insights, and best practices in data visualization and analytics. We can't wait to connect with all of you who will be attending the conference. Make sure to stop by our booth to learn more about CData's latest offerings, watch live demos, and chat with our team of experts. We'll also have some fantastic swag and giveaways, so don't miss out! 👋 Are you planning to attend the Tableau Conference 2023? Let us know in the comments below! We'd also love to hear what you're most looking forward to at the event - whether it's a specific session, keynote speaker, or networking opportunity. Share your thoughts and let's get excited for this amazing event together! Stay tuned for more updates as the conference approaches. See you ther
Top 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Our Community
Top 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Our Community🌟 Hello CData Community!As your community managers, our goal is to help you connect with fellow members, share knowledge, and learn from one another. To ensure you make the most of your time here, we've compiled a list of top 5 tips for getting the most out of our community: Introduce Yourself: Start by sharing a brief introduction about yourself, your background, and your interests in the #introductions channel. This will help you connect with like-minded members who can provide valuable insights and support. Be Active: Engage in ongoing discussions, share your experiences, and ask questions. The more you participate, the more you'll learn and grow professionally. Connect with Experts: If you have a question or need help with a specific topic, don't hesitate to reach out to our subject matter experts. They're here to help and are more than happy to share their expertise. Share Your Knowledge: If you've discovered a valuable r
Let's Connect, Learn, and Grow Together!
Hello and a warm welcome to all our new members joining the CData Community! 🎉We are delighted to have you here as part of our rapidly growing community of data enthusiasts, professionals, and experts. Our aim is to create a thriving space where we can share knowledge, exchange ideas, and collaborate on exciting data-driven projects.To ensure you get the most out of your experience here, we've put together a few tips for engaging in the CData Community: Introduce yourself 🙋♂️🙋♀️: Take a moment to introduce yourself in the "Introductions" thread. Let us know who you are, your area of expertise, and what brings you to the CData Community. This will help other members to connect with you and find common interests. Explore and participate 🗺️: Browse through the different forums, topics, and threads to find conversations that interest you. Don't be shy to ask questions, share your thoughts, or contribute your expertise to ongoing discussions. Be respectful and inclusive 🤝: The CD
A Warm Welcome to the CData Community Site! 🎉
Hello and welcome, CData enthusiasts!We are absolutely thrilled to have you here as we embark on this exciting journey together. Our team has worked tirelessly to create the CData Community Site, a platform designed to foster connections, encourage learning, and support growth within our community of data connectivity professionals.As a member of the CData Community, you'll have the opportunity to:Connect with fellow users who share your passion for data connectivity. Our community forums provide a space for you to engage in stimulating discussions, share your experiences, and collaborate on new ideas. Learn from the experts and stay up-to-date with the latest CData news, product updates, and best practices. Our resource library is filled with insightful articles, tutorials, and webinars to enhance your CData experience. Growing by tapping into the collective wisdom of our diverse and talented community. User-generated content and collaborative discussions will empower you to expand y
👋 Introduce yourself
Please take some time to tell us who you are – we’d love to get to know you! This can include:Your name. Job title and company/industry. Your CData experience so far (products you’re leveraging, use cases, benefits, etc.) Your interests and hobbies, maybe even a fun fact. Why you’ve joined the CData Community.We’re looking forward to connecting with you!
New Community Member Tips
Welcome to the CData Community! As a new member, we want you to have the best possible experience engaging with other members and accessing our resources. To help you get started, here's a list of tips for new community members: Introduce yourself: Take a moment to introduce yourself in the introduction thread. Share a bit about your background, interests, and what brings you to CData. This helps build connections with other members. Read the community guidelines: Familiarize yourself with our community guidelines to ensure you understand the rules and expectations. This will help create a respectful and positive environment for all members. Search before posting: If you have a question or topic of interest, use the search function to see if it has already been discussed. This will save time and prevent duplicate threads. Use descriptive titles: When creating a new discussion thread, use a clear and concise title that accurately reflects the content. This makes it easier for othe
Welcome to the CData Community
Welcome, we’re glad you’re here! CData’s mission is to make it easier for everyone across your organization to access, work with, and get value from their data. Read more about our company here.The CData Community is a place to share your knowledge and ideas, ask questions and connect with other CData users and customers. We’re here to help, so here’s some information to get you started.You’ll first need to create an account. Click the Login button to get started. Set up your profile and upload your photo! Make sure to introduce yourself to our community. Don’t forget to read our community guidelines.CData Community HomeOnce you’ve signed up and logged in, this is the place you want to be. You can access all areas of the community from this page. When you’re ready to create your first post, go here. You can select:Question – you’re looking for a solution to a problem. Conversation – you want to share something with the community and start a discussion, Idea – you have a suggestion fo
CData Community rules and guidelines
Let’s make the CData Community a great experience for everyone. We’ve established these simple guidelines to ensure all members are on the same page.Be yourself.Speak for yourself and not for others. Don’t post something that doesn’t belong to you or that might infringe on someone’s intellectual property. Be respectful of fellow members.Odds are your fellow community members are here for the same reasons you are. Please be polite and respectful of one another. No harassment of any kind will be tolerated. Search before asking.Your question might have already been answered! Make sure you search before posting to avoid duplications. Mark answers as “Accepted Solution” and “Like” helpful comments. No spam, profanity, or rudeness. This is self-explanatory. Simply put, be nice! Remember where you are.Posts, discussions, messages, and ideas should pertain in some way to this community. No solicitation or promotions of your own services. Steer clear of pricing talk. We welcome healthy conve
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