Is it possible to import employee pay into Sage using the SDK?

Is it possible to use the SDK to import employee pay into Sage? I'm thinking it would need to be able to create paychecks but if anyone knows of a better way for employee pay please let me know. I know you can import employees but I want to take all their pay and import as well. 

I'm looking to use C# for this, so Im using that sample project in the SDK as an example. I did see there is a way to query/update specific tables in C# but I'm worried that table/column names could be different between versions.

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  • I believe the SDK license can't be used to bypass intentional license limitations of the software, so it might not be possible. 

    krissyj05 said:
    Is it possible to use the SDK to import employee pay into Sage?

    It should be feasible to set up time slips and import the employee time information as text from some other time-clock or work-order system, then process the payroll in Sage 50 from the time slips.

    krissyj05 said:
    table/column names could be different between versions.

    The changes from version to version are not usually major.  You have to recompile for each specific version of Sage 50 regardless, the SDK release notes usually list changes.  On the other hand, if there were to be substantial changes it could be a lot of development and testing. 

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  • I believe the SDK license can't be used to bypass intentional license limitations of the software, so it might not be possible. 

    krissyj05 said:
    Is it possible to use the SDK to import employee pay into Sage?

    It should be feasible to set up time slips and import the employee time information as text from some other time-clock or work-order system, then process the payroll in Sage 50 from the time slips.

    krissyj05 said:
    table/column names could be different between versions.

    The changes from version to version are not usually major.  You have to recompile for each specific version of Sage 50 regardless, the SDK release notes usually list changes.  On the other hand, if there were to be substantial changes it could be a lot of development and testing. 

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