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  • auto send e-mail

    How does one auto send e-mail from access

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  • How we send check box’s value to data base in VB.NET?

    How we send check box's value to data base in vb.net?

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  • UK date formatting in MS Excel 2007

    As I enter a date in UK format in Excel 2007 it is taken as text. The date I entered is 23/12/2009. How to get it as a date.

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  • VB.NET code to search if a record already exists or not

    Hi! I need a fresher..I want a VB.net code to search record from SQL database table by using two fields of table as a condition i.e client name and client code before saving any new record and if record already exist in table it give me message for that. I'm sending you the code. Please help...

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  • Sample Microsoft Access database to capture Image from Webcam

    I'm looking for a sample ms-access database with a form that can capture an image from a connected webcam.

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  • Gridview data in ASP.NET data table

    how to get data in DataTable from gridview contain template column as textbox?the Datatable should contain the value enter in template column   I used DataTable dtData=((DataView)GridView1.DataSource).Table;   but given error as object reference not set for textbox in grid

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  • How can I pass tablename as a parameter in MySQL stored procedure?

    my SQL stored procedure is like this.... ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Sp_InsertDataMaster] @_ImageID int, @_Stat bit, @_tablename nvarchar(200) AS begin declare @strTemp nvarchar(max) set @strTemp = 'Insert into ' + @_tablename + '(ImageID,Status) values ('+ convert(nvarchar(5),@_ImageID) +','+...

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  • How to fill Combo Box at runtime in VB 6.0 …I’ve used RecordSet object but rec.count of rs obj returns (-1).I hv enough data in the DB

    [Private Sub Form_Load() FillCombo End Sub Sub FillCombo() Dim rs As New ADODB.Recordset, SQL As String SQL = "Select Spare_Name from Spare" rs.Open SQL, Conn, adOpenDynamic, adLockOptimistic Dim i As Integer For i = 1 To rs.RecordCount cboSpare.AddItem rs("Spare_Name") rs.MoveNext Next MsgBox...

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  • Source code for multiuser programming in VB 6 with SQL Server 2000

    hi to all, I'm developing a security software in Vb 6.0 with Sql Server 2000 as back end wherein 10 users will be there. I'm a newbie in multiuser programming. The question before me is that how to proceed further. My stand alone code is almost ready 50%. I'm using Ado for establishing connection...

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  • Date

    I want to get records from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. What should I put in the criteria?

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  • How do I find Datetime of ESX server in C#?

    How does one find ‘datetime’ of an ESX server in C#? When a VM reboots it normally gets the time of the BIOS time. It is that time that I want to display I as a ‘datetime’ object. Where are things going wrong in this code I am trying to use to make this happen? private DateTime...

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  • MS Access Date Conversion in a Query

    I have a start date field in a table, I need to calculate a completion date that is 6 months later but it must also be a Friday. I know how to calculate the 6 months part but I don't know how to advance the date to a Friday. For instance if the start date is 4/15/13 then the completion date must be...

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  • How to connect my application using Visual Studio 2005 to a SQL Server database?

    how to connect my application using visual studio 2005 to a database using sql server?

    MissVeryLittleKnowledge5 pointsBadges:
  • Convert string to Datetime in SQL Server 2008

    In SQL Server 2008, I have a string column in my table that displays data like this: "CXL P/D 08/15/13" Now, I'm trying to convert it to datetime but I can't understand how to extract only the date and change the data type. Could someone help me find the right statement?

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  • Return a tuple of datetime objects in Python

    I want to write a function that returns a tuple of (start,end) where start is the Monday at 00:00:00:000000 and end is Sunday at 23:59:59:999999. start and end are datetime objects. No other information is given about day, month or year. i tried this functiondef week_start_end(date):start=...

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  • Does SQL Server 2008 lack “datetime”?

    Does SQL Server 2008 allow for the datatype “datetime”? I’ve primarily worked on SQL Server 2005. I found out about the gap when I built an entity framework model while using a 2008 database. When I tried to update the entity on a 2005 database I got the following error: The version of SQL...

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  • How to change datetime values in SQL Server?

    I want to present a datetime value without hours, minutes or seconds in SQL Server 2008? Would this code work?Statement @SomeDate datetime = '2013-09-18 16:30:22' select trunc_date(@SomeDate) ----------------------- 2013-09-18 00:00:00.000

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  • Need to modify an existing form in Access 2007

    I have just migrated to Access 2007 from previous versions. How do you bring up a window that displays all the objects in the database and then select one for modification. I have been able to modify tables and queries but cannot work out how to modify existing forms or reports.

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  • What is Binder Language meant for?

    What Binder language meant for? I think to export Procedures outside the service program... Is it correct? I got a doubt that, if in a module, a procedure is defined as EXPORT then any way we can access it from any other module. In that case what the need of Binder language?

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  • How to connect Visual Basic 6 to Oracle 11g

    What are the steps to connect VB 6.0 to Oracle11g? Thanks!

    Rupeshit5 pointsBadges:

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