Question about Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition 6.0 (361-00667) for PC
How can i create a connection object and recordset object to send a data from form(text box) to back end i.e.MS-Access. plz let me know connection provider(oledb) syntax
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I see 2 problems with your code.
1) Each time you call cmdnext_Click, you're reopening the database. Each time you do that, you start at the beginning of the file. You need to have the database opened once, somewhere else in your program. Be sure that the record set is visible from this sub.
2) In order to use the "Next" function, you need a loop like this
'test for no records
IF REC.BOF and REC.EOF then
msgbox "No Records Found"
IF NOT REC.EOF then
(display your fields)
Again, this will only work if your database is opened outside of the cmdNext_Click routine.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
about the dynamic forms/pages, u can use sessions in asp.net C#, theyre very easy to use and try using commands like server.transfer and respond.redirect in ur code. for the connectivity thigee u asked, :) m sorry my friend u cant get it like a pan cake, u gotta study w3schools odbc connectivity in asp.net tag for this :P
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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