For a given control I set the AddHandler event for a given control on the Form Load Event. Is it possible to specify the AddressOf Object by a String?
Example (simplest form):
I have a public function (TestRoutine), a control (Control) and a string (RoutineName = "TESTROUTINE").
I am relatively new to vb.net/SQL Server and am struggling to find a way of executing a select statement which will allow me to access tables located in different databases. I am under the impression that a connection string can only be referenced to a single database at any one...
I'm new to vb.net and am desperately looking for a means of generating reports. Does anyone know if I can build in reporting functionality using crystal reports without having to install the software on those systems using the final product (executable file).
Many thanks in advance...
I'm trying to write a generic code which would allow me to put a variable into me.Controls(Variable).text to specify the field value. I've tried to explain the problem below. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance. MJC
My form has three fields...
Thank you for this!!!
Does this code limit me to a single form or can I place the code in a MODULE which can be accessible from any form?
Also, I would like to be able to use a SINGLE line of code for all text boxes etc... When I was programming in access, I would call a...
How do I reference to textbox from a Module?
I'm trying to write a simple Module that Underlines a text box.
In VBA (MS Access) my code looked something like this:
Routine: Run_Underline (SendFormName as string, SendFieldName as string)...