This Sales and Inventory System is developed using Visual Basic .NET(Compatibility - Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012) and using MS Access 2010 database in the back end. So many users had problems with the SQL server during connection with the database in my last same project(Sales and Inventory System V1.0) so I created a database in MS Access 2010 to help them to run the project successfully. This is developed according to the requirements of company Kapco Foods Pvt. Ltd.
Here Product Code is Product name + Quantity of Product (like 1 kg, 250 gm, etc.) and Stock ID is Product Code + No. of Packets per Carton(like 100 packets per carton) so every time you have to update the stock of product having unique Stock ID when the order is placed its status will be uncompleted, you can complete the order by generating its invoice using sales or invoice form after generating invoice cartons and total Packets of the product will be automatically decremented from the stock of particular product having unique stock ID
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Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 2012 and Crystal Report for VS 2010 must be installed on your system to run this Project Successfully
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