|Related to : access 2003 to vb.net and sql server
|VB.Net 2003 with SQL server 2005 express|
I have an SQL Server 2005 Express database file that i want
to use in VB.Net 2003 version.
Can any one help me?
I know i
need to use the SQLConnection object but the connection string that i
use is not good and i dont know how to fix it.
I have VB.Net
project 2008 that works fine but the connection string is not working
for me on the VB.Net 2003 project.
Any help will be good at this
|Cant access Oracle with ASP.NET app on 2003 Server
Cant access Oracle with ASP.NET app on 2003 Server
I am developing a Web Form application
that has to retrieve data from an Oracle database.
developing using XP Pro, VS.Net 2003 and .NET Framework 1.1. I have
installed ODP.NET from Oracle. The code Im using is as follows:
Dim cnOR As OracleConnection = New
cnOR.ConnectionString = cnStrOR
Dim daDIN As OracleDataAdapter = New OracleDataAdapter
|Does Visual Studio .NET 2003 contain SQL Server Report Service?
Does Visual Studio .NET 2003 contain SQL Server Report
introduce that SQL Server Report Service is intergrated in Visual
Studio .NET 2003 as Business Intelligence Project in New Project.
However I cannot find out Business Intelligence Project after I
installed Visual Studio .NET 2003 (Full install).
different versions of Visual Studio .NET 2003 contain SQL Server
|Controlling access to videostream with C#.NET (on a Windows 2003 Server)|
Ive been looking everywhere how to begin my application. I
need to control how long an individual user gets access to a video
stream from a Windows 2003 Server with Windows Media Services. I have
read some of the documentation for Media Services SDK and it looks
like it may be what I am looking for but it would be very helpful if
someone who have worked with it before can tell me if its possible to
do what I want with before I spend the next coming days digging my
self in to it.
Question: How do i controll access time for an
My first thought is to add a IP address to the
publish points "accepted ips"-list and, when
|ODBC From Access 2003 to Sql Server 2003
I'll trying to query a linked SQL table, from SQL
Server 2003. Everything works fine on my computer. I have the data
connection on my computer and have using these tables for a couple of
years. When I share the front end with other users it fails to connect
when they try to run the report/query. I'm assuming the other users
need the same ODBC. Is that right? Is there a way for me to setup that
connection in a query or somewhere else so it's only available as long
as the query is running?
If it matters, everyone is pulling the
information for reports and nothing is being written back. The
connection requires a password.
|access 2003 to vb.net and sql server
I wrote a database in Access 2003 which is shared between about
15 to 20 users. i.e they have similar front ends but all access the
same back end mdb
Now my company are wanting to move the back end
to sql server but have the front end in VB.NET and not Access. I
guess you cannot do a simple conversion so the whole front end will
have to be written in VB.NET. I am not doing this but what happens in
the future as my database is not set in stone. What about maintenance
or if i need to create new forms, queries,modify tables e.t.c.
VB.NET easy to learn ? I don't know what there plan is yet.