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SPOC - 24/03/2016 20:38:33
   
RE:Data Capture
Hi Blaga, Yes there are a couple of methods you can use; You can directly save data into your KnowledgeKube Repository - We are currently documenting this and uploading to: Course 2, Chapter 15 Alternatively, KnowledgeKube can connect to over 50 applications and data sources including SQL Server, to both read and write data. I will get someone here to compile more details on how best to achieve this, and send over to you. Regards, Simon

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BlagaMilosheva - 24/03/2016 16:27:52
   
Data Capture
How do we capture data? For example, if we have a questionnaire with a scoring assessment and we want to save the answers from all the users who complete the questionnaire, can we capture all of the data results in a database that we can analyse at any time? Thanks

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