Simple Example of Connecting Database Using Data Environment
In this program you will learn how to connect to the database using Data Environment. This is one of the features of Visual Basic to easily connect to the database without hard coding.
If you are familiar with MS Access you will most likely find it easy to deal with Data Environment. By using Data Environment you can easily drag fields from command object to your form. You can also create command based on stored procedures, tables, views, synonyms, and SQL statements.
Another feature is how you relate child form from the parent form. This can be done by relating one or more Command objects together.
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