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    Question login window VB2005

    Dear Friends,

    I am creating a timesheet application for emploee in/out. I have a database named Login.mdb having a table login with three columns: username, paasword & usertype (whether he is user, team laeder or administrator). I am using VB 2005 Express edition.
    Now my problem is that I am very new to VB 2005 & some of VB 6.0 terms like adodb.connect, adodb.recordset are not available in this edition. So I am facing difficulties a lot.
    Can some one please help me out by providing some codes.


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    Re: login window VB2005

    Welcome to the Forums.

    Thread moved from VB6 forum.

    You should be using ADO.NET for your app instead of the older classic ADO library. ADO.NET is integrated with .NET.

    If you are connecting to an Access db then you want to use the OLDDBConnection object.
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    Re: login window VB2005

    There are various tutorials in my signature that are either ADO.NET-specific or have ADO.NEt sections. The Start VB.NET tutorial also has a section on Access, although any ADO.NET tutorials are relevant as things are virtually identical no matter what database your connection to.

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