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Inserting value by clicking a RadioButton

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am having problem , putting a value into a database by selecting a radio button , am doing an assignment on online test. if any help is there plz reply me.

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Please let me know in which language your are want to use radio button to put your datas into database & please mention the database you are using, like access, sql etc

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Private sub cmdEdit_click ( ) what is the right code to work the edit buton


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My phone is deleting my text messsages and my calls I have made. When I go to check if my message sent, it says there is nothing in my inbox or outbox. How does my phone delete my stuff without me doing...


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I can't add data in the database using vb


Hi,
The database can be any like oracle.

Two type of connection u can make.
One of such connection is ADODB

The code is like

Dim ors As ADODB.Recordset
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dim Qry1 as string
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";password = " & Password & ";data source = " & Conn_string _
& ";Persist Security Info=True"

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oconn.execute "Qry"

If u select any data then u ve to use
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ors.open "Qry1",oconn

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Database talks to code but code won't talk to database


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To edit a Hyperlink: Right-click the hyperlink and select Hyperlink , Edit Hyperlink from the shortcut menu.


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