Am using this INI Reader from CodeProject. I have a listbox with some items in it. I wanted to save the items in listbox to my ini file. I used the following code but the problem is, it only saves the final item.
Dim INI As New IniFile
INI.Load(Application.StartupPath & "Config.ini", True)
For i As Integer = 0 To List.Items.Count - 1
ini.GetSection("Initiate").AddKey("Part1").Value = List.Items.Item(i)
I am trying to be able to add everything within a listbox to a program setting that can be re loaded when its opened up again, I have the part to load them upon opening, but I don't know how to make it add all the items within the listbox to the setting, so it has something to load.
This is to load them on startup: For Each item As String In My.Settings.logs log.Items.Add(item.ToString) Next
I am using VB.NET (version 2008). I have two types of items populating in a listbox (checked listbox). For example: lets say one is type "A" and other is "Type B". Their names maybe same so if the user sees those items in listbox then he won;t be able to determine their type until he click on them and checks out its properties. I wanted that I add each item to listbox and colour them so that blue for example means type "A" is there and red means the other. So this way I will be able to know at a glance that how many item of what type is present. I guess it may not be possible to do that in a standard checkedlistbox. I am also using component factory's krypton controls which enhance the gui of an application. But I dunno if I can progress using that.
I'm making an application that does some stuff involving the given subject, so this is very crucial to the completion and efficiency of my application.What I'm in need of today is simple (well, "seems" simple). I have one listbox that I want to populate with directories file's names. I don't mean the files inside the directories, but the names of the folders inside the directory.So, I have "c:empdog", I'd click on my button or whatever and search for the directory and I choose "temp", said listbox would show "dog".
UPDATE: Oh, BTW. It doesn't HAVE to be a listbox, it can be anything (IE: Textbox, Labels, Etc.).
On my program I am trying to make so the combo-box's items save after when the user adds something to it. Like if the user closes the program and re-opens it can the items that the user added still be there?
I am happy that there is a forum like this with very supportive people.So on topic.I am a student creating an Inventory System software for my school using VB on VS 2008.I am having trouble saving items from a DataGridView to Access 2007.The codes I browsed here are quite different from what instructors teach us at our school.These are some of the codes we are using to save items from textboxes to Access 2007 database with a table named studenttable and database named student for your added information.
I'm trying to save each item in the listview to the database.Below is my code in saving items in the database. The MISSING CODE HERE is where I should place the listview item.
Dim commandText As String = "INSERT INTO tblBorrower (TransactionNo, IDNumber, SerialCode, DateBorrowed) VALUES (@TransactionNo, @IDNumber, @SerialCode, @DateBorrowed)" Using connection As New SqlConnection("Data Source=GAMER-6SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=dbInventory;Integrated Security=True"), _ command As New SqlCommand(commandText, connection) command.Parameters.AddWithValue("@TransactionNo", intTransaction)
i am trying to add subjects and their corresponding grades to a table in you database. the table has these fields: Table1(subjCode,stdID,Grade1,Grade2,Grade3,Grade4,Grade5,Grade5,Grade6,Grade7,Grade8)And i have a checked listbox for the subjects and another for the grades. for each subject, the re are 8 items in the chklistbox, checked. The code should insert into the database a subject and its coresponding 8 grades
but when i try to Save i gives me an exception that index out of range(index was out of the bounds of the array)
I am writing some code and want to check if certain things are in my database. Is there a better way than just creating a new string, performing the select and storing it in the string? I have to do this a few times for several items in my DB columns, but is there a way I should be doing this that would not require me to make a new string, and a new select for several items, well a better way? The items in my db aren't all strings and the data types vary.
I have run into an issue and need help solving it. I know how to go about adding items to My.Settings and I have already created the Specialized String Collection to My.Settings called List but I am having some trouble getting the items and the subitems to save to the list.
a save button called sl and basically I want for all the items in my listview to save to the database I created called logins and I have 4 columns Email,Password,Proxy and Port. So how would I make it save to the database when I click that button. Also how would I make the database load automatically into the listview when the program is opened?
I have some items in my listbox which I will store everyone of them into my database, what I am doing now is looping the box and call my database saving logic to save every single item. I thought this is pretty inefficient, is there anyway that I can use to batch save my items so that I don't open and close the connection as many times as my items.
For Each item In outletToBox.Items .CamCode = Items.ToString .CamCampaignAutoID = retID .CamRemarks = uitxtCamRemarks.Text.Trim '---use savetable object to save to database table--- Next
I am quite new to VB.NET and I am attempting to create a console application that can write, save, load and edit sets of data. Lets say I have something like this:
However, I have no idea how to load the data so I can manipulate it in the EMPLOYEE structure system. I am not sure if I have made my question clear enough, for as you can see I'm quite new to programming and am not essentially familiar with the terms of speech.
Lets say you have a few text boxes, I know how to save the information in each box to a text file, but that creates a file for each box. Is it possible to save the contence of lots of different text boxes to 1 text file, and then when loading them it would load it all back to the right places?
I'm working on a program in which I have 2 comboboxes and have to be able to add new Items in both of them, now that all no problems at all but as soon as I close the program I loose all my Items. Is it possible to add a code which checks if an Item already exists and if so give a error message and don't add the new Item to the combobox?
my homework question is to display the selected items from a listbox (multi-extended) in a label. I need to display all the selected names in a label. the simplest most uncluttered way of doing this. This is what I've got but it doesn't work.
I am new in programming, I am using VB2005, and MS Access as the database.I have create a project with an "add a new user form", so far so good, the program is saving my data with no problem.[code]What I need help with knowing how to implement or how to add the code to be able to save what ever is in the "Listbox1" into an "OLE Object" table in my Access database.