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Creation, Updation, Insertion , Deletion Using Access DBMS


A very useful program which adds, delete, update into the data grid view with Microsoft Access DBMS... Database is also in this zipped folder Visit: for more codes.. And support us... Thanks Suggestions and feedbacks are appreciated... Hope you will like it...

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Submitted byAnonymous (not verified)on Fri, 02/12/2010 - 13:52

Submitted byAnonymous (not verified)on Tue, 03/23/2010 - 05:47

I have a simple project to do.. as I m pretty new to VB i need ur help. Ok the program that has 2 input fields: name and title. Also a list or combo box which will output the database entries. When a user hits the Add button, it should check both the name and title text boxes are not empty. • If it is empty it should display an error. • Else the application should get the current date and add the Name, title, and date to its respective fields. The combo or list box should automatically show all the entries in the database, order by the name. • If a new user is added, it should re populate the combo or list box. • If one of the entries in the combo or list box is selected and remove is it, it should ask for confirmation again “Are you sure you want to delete Jane Doe?” then if they hit yes it should remove that person from the data base and again the list and combo box should automatically update. • The combo/list box should also have a scroll bar to make it easy to scroll through all the entries. Exit of course saves the database and exits the program. I have VB 2008 Express edition and have a DB in Access 2007. Pls some help on this. Regards. Upame.
Submitted byAnonymous (not verified)on Wed, 06/02/2010 - 11:12

can u show how u do it

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