i developed a very simple vb.net application and i need a way for every user to verify that they have paid for it. i would like the simplest method possible. it will be an off-line registration. I am actually looking for a way that I can program this easily myself, and am not interested in third part solutions.
I just got Visual Basics 2008 Express Edition and I am very addicted to it.I am quite a fast learner. I was able to script together many fun applications that I learn from YouTube. I want to make a registration form look-a-like.I setup the design the way I wanted it and now its the coding part I am having trouble with.I have been on Youtube and this site for some tutorials but I still cant find what I am looking for. I have 4 Text boxes, one being Name, second being Last Name, third being E-mail, and fourth being Username.I also have a OK button that I want them to press when they fill in all text fields. The problem I am having is, say they only fill in the Name & E-mail field and leave the Last Name & Username feild blank when they hit OK I want a error to come up and say Please fill in all information. I have tried these codes and none seemed to work:[code]
I am making a program that allows users to share certain files, and it requires anaccount.How do I make a login system? I have my own website, so I have a MySQL thing...Could I link it with that? I have never really worked with account systems so I have no clue on how to add an SQL database and how to use it within the program
Although I thought I had registered for the 2008 VB Express, several attempts to run the application resulted in a "stall" at the following address: url...I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the application several times but with the same result.I also installed the latest Vista service pack. This is a problem with my desktop.I have not (yet) experienced the same issue with my laptop.
i have a problem when adding username in my registration form..registering same username is allowed in my program..i dont want to allowed this. How can i make it using SQL..if the username exist dialog box will appear that the username exist
I am a member of the IT department and also a basic Database designer using Access 2007 and Visual Studio 2005. At the moment when a user calls for support, I log onto there PC using RealVNC, I ask them to tell me there IP address by hovering over there VNC Icon in there system bar. What I would like to do is create a program that runs on my pc, so when they log onto there pc there username and ip is registered in my program, so when they call, i can quickly look up there IP Address for VNC. I know I will have to have some sort of program running in there system tray that passes this information to my program but I am not exactly sure how to go about this.
I have recaptcha code and its working fine when i tested it , but what i need is that in my registration form i need this recaptcha and the data should be stored to db if recaptcha challenge is passed and if not then the new challenge should bring up.
The ID field was specifed as primary and self incrementing by 1 and the table has one username and password (being Id: 1, Username: peter, Password: admin). The Login form works, it checks to see if the user exists, if they do, they gain access, if not a message box is displayed. The Registration form however does not and I have no idea why, its probably something simple but yeah, hence the reason Im here! When I register I can add a user fine, and it wont allow me to add the same user, but when I look at the table, it is not updated :S and I have no idea why!! Even after registering the user closing the application and starting again, say I registered the following:
Username: Fred Password: 123
Then I login with these credentials, it works. When I close the program and reopen the program, it still works and will not allow me to register a new user being Fred, 123. However after 3 or 4 minutes when I try again, the user no longer exisits and I can re-register with set credentials? The code is shown below (1st the login form that works, second the registration that doesnt).
Public Class Login Private Sub btnOK_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnOK.Click Dim connection As New SqlClient.SqlConnection("Data Source=.SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|Users.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True")
I'm looking for the best way to set up application registration.Currently, I'm looking at hardware, generating a registration number from a variant thereof, then manually (through a created key-gen app) generating a serial number that I'm sending the registrant.Then, every time the app is stated, it re-generates the registration number, looks for the serial number, then checks to make sure that they match.until The problem with this is it ties the serial to that machine. I'd like to allow for transferring to another machine.What are some other solutions for application registration that will ward off pirating. i don't want to make it too easy for someone to install a single copy on 5 machines, or worse, share the serial with friends. I'd like to get paid for my work (call me crazy). I know about the 80/20 rule (of 100 registrations, 80 will pay, 20 will pirate) or 70/30 or whatever you hear, and am not opposed to that, but, hey, closer to 96/4 would be nice, right?
I'm looking to release an application for free with (unubtrusive) ad support, and the option to upgrade to a registered version to remove the ads. Basically we want to give the product away for free, but need some income to support costs.
What would be the best way to achieve that? I essentially just want the user to be able to type in a serial number, which is sent to a server, checked and presumably moved to a list of used serials, and then the product is activated and the ads removed.
create an application that calculates the registration fees for a conference. The general conference registration fee is $895 per person. The is also an optional opening night dinner with a keynote address for $30 per person. additionally, the optional preconference workshops listed in table 7-16 are available.
Private Sub frmRegistration_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load cn.Open() cmd.Connection = cn cmd.CommandText = "Select * from Registration" [Code] .....
I have a ASP.NET VB form connected to a database. In the database, there is a field called TourCount. This count decrimates by 1 everytime a user submits a form.
When the TourCount reaches 0, all registrations must close. However, at the moment, TourCount continues to decrimate into negative numbers. When TourCount reaches 0, I would like a message to appear above the form saying "Registration Closed".
I have tried a few things, but I'm not sure where it's going. I don't receive a config error message, but it's never functioning correctly either. I'm not sure where or what type of script I should be using. My logic says, when TourCount is less than or equal to zero, display a text string via the id called "Message".[code]...
I hv developed a vb2005 based win form application. I would like to include application registration module.The planned i/p fields are usr name, productID. Based on this two filelds a unique registration key will be produced.
I have been making a program in Visual Basic 2010 Express and now i want to protect it with a registration key, that the user will get when he/she buys the program.I have tried to use the IntelliProtector client from www.intelliprotector.com because i read that it should be a good way to protect the software, but i have got a little stuck.
I had som trouble at the beginning with getting the client to protect my program, so i wrote to intelliprotect and their answer was that i had made some wrong preferences, and instead of protecting the setup.exe i should protect the real application instead, but i don't know what that meens.
I'm trying to do a rigistration system using vb 2008..the system must have database in access must have search button to searh student name then whenever i click a student name it will automatically fill their name in a form...
I develop and maintain several VB6 applications used internally by my employer.All PCs (both my development machine and the users' workstations) run Windows XP. My normal procedure is to develop and test the application, and build an installation package (using the Package and Deployment Wizard), on my machine, and then at each user's machine do the following:
1.log on using a domain administrator account
2.uninstall any previous version of the application
3.run the installation package to install the new version of the application
4.copy the Start menu entries and desktop shortcut to Documents and SettingsAll Users, so that the application can be run by any user
5.test the new version of the application to ensure proper operation
Recently, I completed, tested and built the installation package for version 2 of a particular application.One of the significant changes in this version is the removal of a listbox control and its replacement by an MS FlexGrid control (this was necessary because the users require different items to appear in different colors, which doesn't seem possible with an ordinary listbox).In order to use the FlexGrid, I had to add MSFLXGRD. OCX to the Components... list on the Projects menu.After upgrading the six existing users to version 2, and installing it for a new seventh user, I've run into a problem I've never seen before.When I log into any of the users' machines using the same domain administrator login that I used to install the application, it runs normally.But when I log out and the machine's user logs back in, when they launch the application it always aborts with the following error as soon as the form containing the FlexGrid is opened:[code]With the machine's user logged in, I attempt to manually register the control by opening a command prompt window, making WindowsSystem32 the current directory and entering regsvr32 msflxgrd.ocx at the prompt, but that always generates this error: LoadLibrary ("msflxgrd. ocx") failed - Access is denied.
Of course, if I then log out the user and log back in with the domain administrator login, I can successfully use regsvr32 to register and unregister the control, and the application runs normally for me.I'd always thought that component registrations were system-wide, but this situation seems to call that into question.I've read elsewhere that this problem can be resolved by registering the control in the HKeyCurrent User section of the registry instead of (or in addition to) the HKeyLocalMachine section, and that I can do so by using a registry script rather than (or in addition to) regsvr32 and/or the installation package, but I have no idea of how to do so.
what third party software is around that I can use in my VB web application to 'call home' to my website to get a registration key.I saw something that did this a while back but can't remember what it was called.
how should I go about starting to create a Win32 application interface to help user register an account from a website.The website have a form with a lot of controls which is not mandatory field, so my task is to create a form with a few controls and submit to the web server.What is the method that I should read about, is it HTTP Post/Get related thingy or is there any sample on how can I communicate the form action?
I have a question about web forms. I've set up a web service and I'm now trying to make a registration page. The one thing I couldn't figure out is how to handle events. For example, I have a simple button with id="Register", how can I handle that event? I can't seem to call a textbox on my form like you usually do in a VB form.
I have been using VB Express (and SQL Express) for 8 days now, and this morning for the first time I got a message that I have 22 days left and need to register. When I click to obtain Microsoft registration key I get the untrusted connection warning.Is it ok to take the add exception option?
I am building an Online Domain Registration Portal that allows an an Admin create, Update and Verify a New Domain Name using the portal , the Registry is using a Cocca app with a PostGreSql database. I built the portal using Visual Studio 2010 and VB.net.
My Issue is how to write the New Domain back from the Application to the PostGRESQL database of the Cocca that the Registry. I will prefer if there is an API I can use instead of updating the PostGRESQL database direct.
how can i calculate the registration fees for a conference?
the general conference registration fe is $895 per person. There is also an optional open night dinner with a key note address for $30
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the application should have to forms...which i ready made...
when the user clicks the select conferece button the form shown which i made should apper<<<i got that part done =)
. the user cannot register for the optional events, however without selectiing a conference registration of $895 ..when the close button is clicked this form should be removed from the screen and the total registration fee should apper on the main form<<<<<<< this one is the one i need to do
have game server, I want to create Registration Account in Launcher Game, the Database name is "O2Jam" (without quotes) and table name is "member" (without quotes too) and I am using sa Account with password 123456 , the Table is contains following Column:
I found this video tutorial on youtube. Unfortunately I can't seem to find source. How to do what he is doing. Also how to encrypt the password at the registration process. Then encrypt it while logging in. Video - [URL] My login code - [URL]
I need to reformat my HD and will lose everything, including my VB stuff. I can't positively identify all of it's contents/shared folders/assciated files, etc so as to back it all up. I would like to know how difficult will it be to simply reinstall all of the software from MS, concerning the registration/licensing/activation process? Or will I just have to start w/a new copy/registration/licensing ,etc? By the way, I am talking about "Express Editions"
I recently downloaded Visual Basic Web Developer, Visual C# 2010 Express, and Visual C++ 2010 Express asI intend to learn ASP.NET, C#, and C++ after I have learned more about VB.NET (wish me luck, haha.)I am creating a text file with all of my registration codes, but I did not keep my registration code for Visual Basic (neither in records norn email.) I have tried re-clicking the 'Register Product' button, but I just get a message saying that I havealready obtained a key. Is there someplace I can go within the program to view my code?
I teach programming at a high school and I have used VB 2005 Express (in a computer lab of 33 clients) for a number of years without a problem. However, this year I switched over to VB 2008 Express and now I am constantly having registration issues. I have found the following ...
1. You must re-register the product for every user on that client
2. Each client must have a unique registration key
3. You are allowed only 30 days of useage without registration
What is happening is I asked my students to register the application themselves. But we keep getting this registration request every time a student switches seats in the room. Now we are getting an error message that says we have had too many registrations from this IP address.Is there a registration key that will work on more than one computer? Is there any way around the registration issue?
I have 16 student machines who can not access the windows live login during the school hours due to filtering restrictions. They need to register Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition within 30 days or the product becomes useless. The registration process wants them to login to access the keys. Is there an alternative way to obtain the keys as a group, rather than one-by-one?Everything I've found redirects to the 2010 version, but the 2008 version works with our textbooks.