I've spent a substantial amount of time trying to figure this out, but I keep getting the same error
A first chance exception of type 'System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException' occurred in System.Data.dll A first chance exception of type 'System.NullReferenceException' occurred in project1.exe
This happens when I try to use the DataReader.my code is
Public Function Identification() As List(Of Integer) Dim returnIndex As New List(Of Integer) Dim dbCount As String = "SELECT Bookingid FROM bookdetail WHERE Date =" & getCurrentTimeString() & " 12:00:00 a.m." Dim count As Integer = 0
I am creating a application in VB.net. I've just managed to get a mssql connection going with the many people on this forum. I am now trying to establish a connection with Sybase server/db. Upon entering the username and password from my application front end, I get the following message:
I am creating a application in VB.net. I've just managed to get a mssql connection going with the rom many people on this forum. I am now trying to establish a connection with Sybase server/db. Upon entering the username and password from my application front end, I get the following message:
i'm getting an error wen i click "ok" for my password. here is the error that i'm getting: OleDbException was unhandled 'D:Microsoft Visual Studio 2010ProjectsFor My DaughterFor My DaughterFor My Daughter.mdb' is not a valid path. Make sure that the path name is spelled correctly and that you are connected to the server on which the file resides.
The fact is I'm making an application, which users can install by using a Setup file...once installed the data in the database can be updated by a centralized server. To do this, they can insert a DVD/CD-ROM and export the necessary data towards it. I need to do it that way, because some of the users who really need this data will be using stand alone computers.The application gets it's data from a mdb-file and the connection remains open as long a person works with the application (maybe not the best way to do, but I know :-) )...when the user uses the application, he can perform an export...this exports the .ini-file and pictures (which works fine), but he also needs to export the mdb behind the application...I already tried connection.close() before and connection.open() after the System.IO.File.Copy...but that doesn't seems to work.
I have been trying my hand at this for some days now and just cant get anything to work. Below is the code im currently using to delete a row from a database table, the problem when trying to build the project line 5 is giving this error about the value con" Value of type String cannot be converted to 'System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection' "
Dim con As String = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & "Data Source=Customers.mdb" Dim cnn As New OleDb.OleDbConnection(con) cnn.Open()
I have also tried using this code below, but to no success. Im basically just looking for something rock soild that i can use to accomplish this task. Been stuck on this for quite a while now.
I am trying to debug my program and I am getting an OleDBException Was Unhandled. It then goes to the path where the error is located. The executable is listed in the bin file and I have re-built and built the application several times. The application is supposed to extract data from an external MS Access database. Note my code:
Public Class frmSpanishFoodStoreInventory
Private Sub StoreInventoryBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles StoreInventoryBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
I've got a fairly large VB.NET (3.5) project that makes a lot of database calls. So I created a namespace/class just to handle those fuctions. The idea was that this single point of entry into the database would give more control over validating input from users.
So my class looks something like this. (I've chopped some code out for readability, it works just fine except for all the open connections.
So I can close the data reader, but how do I reach back to that original database class and close the connection. If I close it in that original class it will bomb when I try to loop through the data reader the in calling class.I'm sure this is probably pretty obvious but I'm fried from the keyboard.
I'm using a OleDB connection to a access database. I'm entering a row into the database to set some user preferences. What i need to get is get back the row ID of the row I just entered. I'm more familiar with PHP and with PHP I use use this entry
i tried to figure it out few hours but i getting no way to solve it. I think i have sucessfully bind the datatable from the datagridview but just couldn't get it to update to access mdb table. It showed "Syntax error in Update statement" whenever i press the Button1.
Dim conn As New OleDb.OleDbConnection Dim ds As New DataSet Dim da As OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter Dim sql As String
The above code stops running at the point of the da.fill line with the error that the specified table does not exist.In my limited knowledge so far to me it looks like the operators table exists as it showing in the Solution Explorer.
i have a probleam with my coding.The error which i got is olehDBexeception was unhandled.In my coding here i am developing function use to subtract number in database based on user input.I dont how to solve this error? I also highlight the line cause an error and also i attach picture of the probleam.
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click 'open db connection'
I have an MS Access 2003 database built that resides on a shared network path at the company I work for.The database works perfectly for users connected directly to the company network.However, when a user tries to open the database while connected remotely to the company network (they can still access the shared path), they receive the following error:The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because you and another user are attempting to change the same data at the same time.At the time that they tried it, they were the only person accessing the database.They tried a local copy as well as a copy on the network shared drive.[code]
I am trying to create a log in screen for my program using data from an access database. I am trying to load the data from the database so that I can use it to check if a username and password combination is valid.
i am using access database for my program. now i have connected to the database in MDI form of main exe, and ir also works, user can log in, it gets verified etc etc etc. now here is the problem, when i load a form from dll and try to use any sql query on that form, i get message, "database connection is not opened". so what i did was, i added the connect() (a function i designed to connect to database) in the load part of the dll's form, it made the trick, query's started to run, everything went fine, and when i reload the form i.e after closing the form, i load it again from MDI form, i get error, connection already open..
I'm getting the error "Syntax error in UPDATE statement." When I run it and place something in the txtPass box. However I have checked this everywhere and cant seem to find to find the problem. Everything else works fine except for that part.
Public Class Form6 Private Sub btnView_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnView.Click
im trying to add a new records to database access but when i click the button submit it say's Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement, OledbException was unhandled da.Update(ds, "MSHS") = syntax error INSERT INTO
here's my code Public Class StudentRegistrationForm Dim inc As Integer Dim con As New OleDb.OleDbConnection
I am trying to make an oledb connection to an Access database.
1. I added a component class.It said drag from the toolbox to add components.
2. I dragged over the Oledbconnection and OledbdataAdapter
3. I clicked on new connection string for the oldeb Connection and try to connect to the SHX.mdb datababase in the debug/ bin folder I don't have a username or password for the database and do not want to set one up.( is this possible in .net?)
4.As soon as I try to test the connection, I get the "invalid authorization specification" message. I can't get past this and do not really understand why I am getting this message.I have vb 2005 standard edition, not express edition.The exact same thing happens when I try to set up the data adapter to the shx.mdb database.
I am on XP2 and not logged in with a password or username. Could this be the issue or is there something else I am overlooking.Also, since I am coming from vb6 and ADO is there anyway to just write the code without having to use datasets, adapters and oledb connections to bound controls?
I am working with Wizard generated dataset. I added this code to a button for update:
I'm making the changes to a datagridview bound to one of the tables in my dataset and when I make changes and click the update button i receive the following message even though I'm the only one using the DB (I'm working on a laptop):
System.Data.DBConcurrencyException was unhandled Message="Concurrency violation: the UpdateCommand affected 0 of the expected 1 records." RowCount=1
I am building a chat client/server. And I can connect and chat just fine, but when a user disconnects, the server does not recognize this and acts weird, often spamming the last message that was sent by the user..Also, it's like the client does not disconnect from the server even when I close the client app. Once I exit the program, VB acts like it is still debugging. Once the server is shut down however, I get this error:
IOException was unhandled:Unable to read data from the transport connection: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.
serverStream.Read(inStream, 0, buffSize)I don't know how to make my client and server accept the fact that a client has disconnected...
I have been programming vba for some time and am now starting VB.NET. I need to connect to an existing access db file (access 2003). I downloaded VS2010 and found an example on the net. Here is most of the code:
Imports System.Data.OleDb Public Class Form1 Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form Dim cn As OleDbConnection Dim cmd As OleDbCommand
get the argument for the desktop of the user
I am getting this error message:
1 End of Statement Expected
I have tried to add a reference to System.Data.OleDb but it doesn't appear in the add reference box. System.Data.OleDb is checked in the Imported namespaces window. I have tried changing the .NET Framework but, no help.
The program is currently trying to pull information from three different database tables and compiling the information onto one screen, to do this i am using three different connections and a function to handle the data at each stage. The issue is as my code hits PageLoadStage of "2" and runs the QueryDatabase() Function i am encountering an error of: "OleDB exception unhandled: No value given for one or more of the required parameters." This occurs on line 15 of the first code snippet. Can anyone explain this and/or identify any code issues if that is the cause.
Question: How do I programmatically determine which provider to use (Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 vs Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0) when my app runs as a 32-bit process on a machine with Office x64 installed?
I'm developing a VB.net WinForms app in VS 2010 and targeting both x86 and x64.The app processes data from xls, xlsx, mdb and accdb files using System.Data.OleDb:Dim oConn As OleDbConnection = New OleDbConnection("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=...")
The x64 version of the program works as expected. The x86 version works as expected on a system with Office x86.When I run the x86 version on a machine with Office 2010 x64, I get the following exception when trying to open a connection:
The 'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine.I believe this is because I'm running Office 2010 x64 so the x86 data access components are not installed.I can get it to work for Office 2003 files (*.mdb and *.xls) by changing the provider to Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0.
How do I figure out which provider to use when running as a 32-bit process on a machine with Office x64 installed?Ideally, I'd like a function:If ProviderIsAvailableFor("Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0") Then
Else If ProviderIsAvailableFor("Microsoft.JET.OLEDB.4.0") Then
i am getting an error called "OledbException was unhandled-operation cannot be performed" when i entered the values in the textboxs and click button3.When i build this code,it is succeeded.but at the runtime when i click button3 after giving the values in the textboxes this error occurs. below is the code i used....
i am developing a project on "sigmoid investment solution" where i have a form where i have to enter all the recent BUY/SELL of shares. and after inserting each record i need a BUY AVG and a SELL AVG. i am using oledb connection to connect to a access database. i want to use the following sql command SELECT AVG(Price_field) FROM table_name WHERE buy_sell="BUY"..i want this result to display on a text box in the form. What is the code to connect to data base executing the query and displaying the result in a textbox.
I am trying to connect DSN from my VB 2008 project. When i try using myoledb.connectionstring="DSN=myDNSname" I get the following error message An OLEDB provider was not specified in the connectionstring.
i want to ask what is the difference between oledb connection and odbc connection. I have a case, my office used ncomputing then i have to developed an application using sqlserver 2000 and vb.net 2005, i used oledb connection. When i try to implement it in ncomputing, why user must has admin access level and dbo level in sql server, it seems trouble when all users are admin. But there's a rumor that when using odbc connection, we dont need to give admin access level for users.es.