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Posted 17 Sep 2012Thanks for the replies, I think I get the general idea of how it works, I just need to come up with some code to make the button work, I will do plenty of research over the next couple of weeks.
Posted 16 Sep 2012never mind it's sorted.
I just use the data type "time"
Posted 27 Jun 2012no mate, will have a read up on that namespace and see if I can write up some code.
Posted 12 Jun 2012If you are getting an error of "Cant Open File" then I would double check the path to the file you are connecting to is correct.
Then make sure you have the correct permissions to open the file (try running Visual Studio as Administrator).
Just to be on the safe side, make sure your database file is not read only or something like that.
Posted 11 Jun 2012Hi,
I have been looking round google to find a solution for you but the security on my work pc wont let me load the web pages, so I will post the links here for you.
This one is a video guide on you tube that does what you have done, creates the form, connects to a dataset, then he creates a query, I was thinking you could compare your code to his and see what is different with your query filter.
Sadley I am at work or I would test this theory out my-self but, what would happen if you took out these symbols from your code
Try just using somthing like this
selectCommand = "select * from GH WHERE (COURSE='" & TextBox1.Text & "')"
As I say I can't test this my-self at the moment.
Hope this helps
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