Make Login Form In Vb 2010 Express That Is Link In Database Access 2007?Jan 2, 2012
The project must have different user and each has username and password will be saved in my database but only the admin can add users.
The project must have different user and each has username and password will be saved in my database but only the admin can add users.
i am trying to build a Visual Basic program with an Access 2007 database in the back. I have another Access 2007 database with two tables stored in there. Each table has two columns, a UserID and Password column. This database will be used with a LoginForm so that if the user enters a normal login and password they will be taken to a specific form whereas if they enter an AdminID and password they will be taken to another form with different features. I managed to connect to the database and it works fine but i tried making the passwords and user names case sensitive for better security. I don't have a problem with this when i try only one of the tables, but when i try to implement the second table (to check if the login is an admin or a normal user)View 9 Replies View Related
I am working in Windows 7 Home Premium using MS-Visual Basic 2010 Express. I am having difficulty connecting to an Access 2007 database using ADO. When I try to connect to the database I get the following error:
Error Code: -2147467259
Exception: [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] The specified DSN contains an architecture mismatch between the Driver and Application
Source: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers
I looked at...
There were several reference to compiling the program using x86.
Go to Project menu -> Properties -> Compile tab -> Select "Advanced Compile Options" -> Select "x86" instead of "AnyCPU"
I followed the path and there was not any option to select x86 in VB 2010 Express.
I am not able to add records in an Access 2007 database using VB 2010 Express Edition. I have read other posts and followed them but still I am not sucessful. I have the connection to the access database as MS Access Database, therefore it has the OLEDB connection (not the Jet 4.0). I am using the project instance in binding the text boxes to the fieldnames in the Access database. Did I miss something? I am also using Windows Vista Ultimate.
Below is the code.
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On my main form i have four listboxes that are correctly attached to the table, I have one for First Name, Last Name, Phone, and School. I added 3 records to the database in Access to see if I could display the records in the listboxes on the form. I found that it was very easy by setting the properties and I have no problem there. I also have a command button that loads a new form for the purpose of adding a record to the database.
Here is my main form (frmMain.vb)...
And Here is the code for the form...
What i'm looking for is when the user presses the Add button on the frmAddNew form then it needs to close and the new record is listed in the textboxes and saved to the database. Id also like to know all kinds of things i might be able to do with textboxes and databases because i'm trying to learn for a larger project where i'll need to keep track of hundreds of records.
I understand that this is a simple procedure, but i've been spending all night scouring tutorials and getting lost in the msdn library online, so maybe some human input will be better.
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So i've uploaded all my project folder and my access database for you to rewiev it.Also excuse me for my englsih. It's not my native language. And again i'm new on VB, so i can ask dumm questions about basic. I can use some qualty VB 2008 tutorials links too.
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as this one:
Public Class LoginForm1
' OK button
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so the the application in the desktop and the tabel of user name and password in the server.
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Public Class Form1 'Create Account
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If My.Computer.FileSystem.DirectoryExists("C:Private words") Then
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I then have a form application i made in VS 2008 which lets a user enter details such as their name phone number ect into text boxes.
All of the information the person enters thoughout the program is shown via labels at the end, all on one form.
Would it be possible to then have a button that when clicked saves all of this information into the access tables into the correct columns, im sure it must be possible i just don't really know where to start.
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here it says that "The ConnectionString property has not been initialized" Private Sub Holiday_BookingBindingNavigatorSaveItem_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Holiday_BookingBindingNavigatorSaveItem.Click
I am trying to do an insert into an Access 2007 DB but keep getting a syntax error even thougt I can get the generated query and run it in Access and successfully add to the table.
Been reluctant to drop this on anyone as I wanted to resolve it myself but alas it has got the better of me. I am trying to do an insert into an Access 2007 DB but keep getting a syntax error even thougt I can get the generated query and run it in Access and successfully add to the table.
PrivateSub ButCommit_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles ButCommit.Click
In the past I've used this code to create a database at runtime :-
Dim Cat As New Catalog
Dim Cn As New ADODB.Connection
Dim objTable As New ADOX.Table
I don't know if these can connect with Access, anyway, I got ERROR on the com.Connection.Open()?
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I'm opening this discussion up primarily because I felt that it was inappropriate that Samir Ibrahim and I had hijacked another thread by turning it into a collaborative development thread. This thread will also hopefully serve as a searchable reference for those few who actually make an attempt to search the forum for information before posting a question. For reference the original thread I mentioned is [URL]
This thread is meant to be a repository for our continued collaboration on trying to find a way to update the attachment field using the OLEDB class. Samir believes that he is close to cracking the secret code.:)
Attachment retrieval and updating is a fairly trivial task using the Microsoft Access Database Engine. It is also fairly trival to retrieve the attached files using OLEDb as well. The difficulty comes when trying to add or delete an attachment with OLEDB.
The attachment field is actually a record set where each record consists of six fields. One of these fields is the data field that contains the binary file data. According to the documentation, Access will compress certain file. It appears that compression/decompression is handled behind the scenes so to say and what you are present with is sequence of bytes. The data field consists of sequence of header bytes followed by the actual data. The first four bytes define an offset to the start of the data. One thing that we are trying to determine is the meaning of other bytes in the header.
I have uploaded a sample project at: [URL]
This project is by no means a finished product. It is hard code to retrieve the first record from the included Access database.
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i would like also to ask, in order to create database,or if you already have the database and you like to just open the connection to it programaticaly and add new field ,or relate some table ,you have to work with different librarys? Like ADOX,DAO etc ? and other.?
I'm creating a login form for vb.net using ms access 2003 as database. But it only checks for the username and bypasses the password. Meaning that if the username is correct and the password doesn't jive with the username, the user can still enter the system. Here is my code:
Dim NoAcc As String
Dim NoAccmod2 As String
How do I do it so that it checks both username and password?