TDV Adapter for MYOB

Build 22.0.8462


Return and update job budgets.

Table Specific Information


MYOB allows a subset of columns to be used in the WHERE clause of a SELECT query. These columns may be used with the following operators: =, !=, >, <, >=, <=. In addition, queries with multiple criterias can be executed by combining the criteria with AND and OR operators. These columns support the above comparison types for server side filtering: ID, JobID, JobName, JobNumber. All the other columns and operators are processed client side.

SELECT * FROM JobBudgets WHERE ID = "7cabea25-6250-4df5-bb37-77eb2d38f803"
SELECT * FROM JobBudgets WHERE JobName = "job name"


To update an existing JobBudget, along with its Budgets, we can either pass a JSON string to the Budgets value or use a temporary table like below. Note: this will replace all the current Budgets with the ones below.

INSERT INTO JobBudgetItems#TEMP(Amount, AccountID) VALUES (444.21, "44a7b2bc-0a0e-4381-86fc-9b2c7a479f8f")
UPDATE JobBudgets SET Budgets = "JobBudgetItems#TEMP" WHERE ID = "992163e5-f46d-4b45-9296-965aa89a2a71"


Name Type ReadOnly Description
ID [KEY] Uuid False

Unique identifier in the form of a guid.

RowVersion String True

Number value that changes upon a record update, can be used for change control but does does not preserve a date or a time.

URI String True

Uniform resource identifier encompasses all types of names and addresses that refer to objects on the web.

JobID Uuid False

Unique job identifier in the form of a guid.

JobName String True

Name assigned to the job.

JobNumber String True

Number assigned to the job.

JobURI String True

Uniform resource identifier associated with the job object.

Budgets String False

An array of job budget information.

CompanyFileId String True

The ID of the company file. Takes precedence over the CompanyFileId connection property.

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