Payroll System in VB.NET and MS Access Database with Source Code and Documentation

This Payroll System is a VB.NET Project. This project was developed using VB.NET and Microsoft Access Database. The system was written in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. This system manages a certain company's employee records and calculates their payroll. The system has user-friendly functionality and has a pleasant user interface.

For the Thesis documentation

Visit the following link:

  1. Payroll System: Thesis Documentation Chapter One
  2. Payroll System: Thesis Documentation Chapter Two
  3. Payroll System: Thesis Documentation Chapter Three

Features

  • Register Employee`s
  • Create Pay-slip
  • Generate General Payroll
  • Can Switch Admin or User mode
  • User Friendly
  • Print Payslip
  • Export data`s to Excel
  • Print Employee Information

How to Run

Requirements

  • Download and Install Microsoft Visual Studio Software 2010 Ultimate or latest version. (Source code was Previously Tested using VS2019)
  • Download and Install Microsft Office
  • Download and Install Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010
  • Download the source code zip file.

Setup

  1. Extract the source code zip file.
  2. Locate the Solution file known as "sdssuHOLLISTICPayrollsystem.sln".
  3. Open the solution file with your MS Visual Studio Software.
  4. Press the "F5" key to run the project.

Login Access for Admin

User: admin
Password: admin

Login Access for User

User: clyde123
Password: clyde123

Demo

I hope this Payroll System in VB.NET will help you with what you are looking for.

Enjoy Coding:)

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