Using the Remote ConnectorCData JDBC Driver for Reckon 2019 - Build 19.0.7354
The Remote Connector can be used to read and write to Reckon in situations where direct COM access to Reckon is not available (e.g., ASP.NET, Java, or Reckon on a remote machine). Follow the procedure below to connect to Reckon for the first time through the Remote Connector:
- If you have not already done so, download the Remote Connector from remoteconnector.com and install the Remote Connector on the machine where Reckon is installed.
- Open the company file you want to connect to in Reckon using an administrator account in single-user mode.
Open the Remote Connector from the system tray and add a user on the Users tab. Enter a User and Password and select the level of access in the Data Access menu.
Note: The Remote Connector does not use the User and Password properties to access Reckon; the User and Password properties authenticate the user to the Remote Connector. Authentication to Reckon is handled based on the ApplicationName property.
- When you first connect, a dialog will appear in Reckon prompting you to authorize the application. After authorizing the application, you can then execute commands to Reckon. Specify the URL of the Remote Connector and the User and Password. By default, the Remote Connector connects to the currently open company file.
- If you want to access Reckon when Reckon is not running, save the company file information for the user. The Remote Connector will then automatically open Reckon in the background with the company file for that user.
Note that if the Reckon UI is open, you can only connect to that company file. Additionally, note that the user permissions you run the Remote Connector under must match the user permissions you run Reckon under. The Remote Connector installation process installs the Remote Connector as a service under the current user account.
How do I Connect to Reckon over SSL/TLS?
You can enable SSL/TLS on the Advanced tab.
You will also need to send your public key certificate to the driver. You can do so by setting the SSLServerCert property.