Visual Basic .NET Tutorial

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    Before we begin binding our database using Windows Form please take a look on this tutorial on how to add new windows forms to your project. Windows Forms serves as a container for all the controls that you’d like to add. Examples are TextBox, Label, Button, CheckBox, ComboBox, etc. When you create a new project, visual studio automatically provides you one windows forms which you can use right...
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    study how to connect vb.net in the database This website www.sourcecodester.com and Learn computer course is an introduction to Visual Basic.NET programming for beginners. This course assumes that you have no programming experience whatsoever. It's a lot easier than you think, and can be a very rewarding yeah.. jejejeje
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    One of the coolest features of Visual Studio .NET is the ability to bind a database into Windows Forms easily using DataSet. Since VB 6.0, I’m waiting for this kind of feature to be implemented in VB.NET. I am used with MS Access before and seem that VB.NET and MS Access has no difference when it comes to DataBinding. There are many ways to bind your data. You can use the old fashion which is...
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    In order to create an application in Visual Basic .NET like Payroll System, Accounting System, Enrollment System, Calculator, Point of Sale System, and Library System you need to create a project called “Windows Application”. If you are new to programming and want to learn Visual Basic, you will probably confuse with so many option to choose in starting a Visual Basic Editor. Please look at the...
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    Sometimes you want to transfer or backup your database in SQL Server. When the database is attached you cannot copy/move it to any location. All you have to do is detach it first using SQL Server Management Tools. Another reason why I write this tutorial is to teach you so that when we finish the Library System project you will be able to switch from my own database to your own database just in...
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    In my previous tutorial I discuss on “ How to Add Table to Your Existing Database ”. Now, I will explain to you on how to create database relationships between one or more tables. Relationship is very important to prevent data inconsistency in your database. For example, you cannot add record in the related table without first adding a record in the primary table. A relationship exists when two...
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    In my previous tutorial I discuss on “ How to Create Database in SQL Server 2005 Express Edition ”. This time you will learn how to add a table in your “ LibSys ” database using SQL Server Management Studio. Since LibSys database may contain several tables, I will only teach you to create at least one table and the rest will be done by executing a script. 1. Now open your SQL Management Studio...
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    In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Database in SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. The name of the database that we are going to create is “ LibSys ” which stands for Library System . Note that I am using SQL Server Management Studio that is bundled with SQL Server 2008 R2 . Regardless of version that you are using the environment still looks the same. Please follow the steps below to...
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    This tutorial will teach you on how to create a key automatically as a primary key in your table. It is sometimes needed to create your own key to format it on your own needs. Say for example you’d like to format it to start as four (4) digits rather than starting from one (1). The code herein is based on the code that I have already submitted on some of my program like hotel reservation system...

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