I have 2 datagridviews on my form. One lists products and when you click on a product in the first datagridview the other lists tests for the selected product. I have a products table with a productid,productname and productcode. I have a tests table with a testid and a testname and I have a prodtests table with a prodtestid, productid, testid and a few other fields.
Public Class frmProducts Dim myConstr As String Private WithEvents ProductBindingSource As New BindingSource Private WithEvents TestBindingSource As New BindingSource Private Sub frmProducts_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load [Code] .....
Also I need to add a combobox column to the second datagridview that is bound to my prodtests table and to list the testnames from the test table in a combobox. In my save button, should I just call both adapter.update methods to save all changes. I will add the appropriate update commands etc.
I use Visual Basis 2008 With MySQL. I Have one from with 6 (six) Datagridviews controls I Have the following problem: If i use Form1.Show method than the form1 is only show if data connections are made and all the datagridviews are filled with data What i want is to first show Form1 with alle the empty Datagridviews (6)controls and then After that i want that the program make the data connections and fill DataGridView with data. form1.show ' call form other Form
Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal eventSender As System.Object, ByVal eventArgs As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load 'in this Load event i make all the data connections en fill the datagridviews
I discovered a problem in C# (boo hiss!!!) but it applies to VB.NET as well.I decided to build a little app to load info from some audio files using Taglib-sharp (nice little thing it is!) and create a Winamp playlist from the loaded files. (I know it's lame, don't laugh! I just wanted to learn some C#!)I have a form with 2 DataGridViews. I load the first dgv with some tag info from the selected files. I then move those files from 1 grid to the other, shuffling their positions along the way.The annoyance I found is during form design. If I try and name a column in the second DGV the same as in the first (eg. "Filename") I get an error that says the name is already in use by another component.To me this is not right. The column is part of a separate object, shouldn't this mean that "Filename" in object1 isn't the same as "Filename" in object2? I even have to refer to the specific object to get the column's value in a row. [code] to access the column's value in the first row of dgvMine or dgvOther, then why does the darn designer care if "Filename" exists in dgvMine and also in dgvOther? Shouldn't they be separate declarations "within" each of dgvMine and dgvOther?
i am working on Scrollable form, when i am trying to print this form with PrintForm object its printing only the showing part not all the form this the code which am using. Private Sub Button3_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click Me.PrintForm1.Print(Me, PowerPacks.Printing.PrintForm.PrintOption.Scrollable) End Sub
I am trying to use the printdocument object to print off a windows form, but at the moment, the printer just prints a blank sheet.. the code is executed when the print button is clicked:
Private Sub btnPrint_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnPrint.Click Dim printDialog1 As PrintDialog = New PrintDialog printDialog1.Document = PrintRewardsReceipt
I am trying to do a form feed & skip 1 page while printing, however with the below lines of code, i am not able to make a form feed.[code]I use PrintDialog to print the page contents. I am using "f" C#'s form feed character.Any thoughts on how to implement/make this form feed to work? [code]internally c# converts that to "f", but didn't do form feed, anyone who has implemented "f", please share your thoughts.
I develop a project in VB 2010 Express and my project includes two related DataGridViews . One of the DGV has a unique ID for every row. The DGV shows that ID as a Barcode. To see how to format a DGV column to show a Barcode follow the link below:
Format DataGridView to show Barcode - Code39
how to print the form, so the barcodes can be read by a barcode scanner?
I tried to print the form with Visual Basic PowerPacks - PrintForm (See link below). Everything was smooth until I saw the printed paper. Printing quality is very low, and the barcode can't be read with the barcode scanner.
Print a Form using PrintForm component
I tried diffrent ways to print that form with no succes. What do you suggest I should try?
(As i said, I have 2 datagridviews and 4 buttons (one for filtering called "TestOrder", one for Printing called "btnPrint", one for print preview called "btnPrintPreview", and one for page setup called "btnPageSetup").
I developed an application for a local company that required printing a chart and some data. I made the program on a Windows 7 machine using the PrintForm control. It printed just fine and I sent it to the company, but they are running it on WindowsXP and the program is crashing. I assumed that PrintForm would work on all Win operating systems but apparently that is not the case?
If there is something special that needs to be done to get PrintForm to work on XP that would be fine (downloading a lib file or something), but otherwise what is the best way to print out a VB.NET form on Windows XP?
I'd like to know how to print a form to printer without using the vb powerpack. Also, I'd like for the users of my program to be able to save a copy of the form to a jpeg file. I'm using Visual Basic Express Edition 2008.
Is there any simple way print a form with the data on it in visual basic (essentially doing a "print screen" that will automatically be sent to the default printer)? The user would jsut click a button on the screen to print the current form/data.
I have tried using the printform component to do my printing but found I couldn't fit all the information in labels in the form designer as it wouldn't increas the length of the form longer than about 812, so decided it might be better to use the standard printing tools.
My program was orignally done in vb 1.0 and I am redoing the program in visual basic express 2010.
I have looked at the msdn help and several ebooks i downloaded but most seem to assume you are either printing a text file ie something saved from a text box or an actual file.
I see they have changed completely how you do printing no longer using printer.print and treat it all like a graphic using drawing etc and screen co ordinates and I am finding it very confusing. Nothing I have read seems to cover printing information like this where there is lines of text being generated to give the values of variables, more things like how to print a picture graphic and have a coloured background.
Basically what I want to print is a quote and cutting list for timber. All the variables are assigned values by entering info in text boxes etc.
Calculations are then done to give a final set of values that are then printed like a report or quote for the end user.
This is what was used in vb 1.0 to achieve this
Sub quoteprint() printer.fontsize = 12 printer.Print Spc(10);
increase the form length in the designer so i can fit everything in in labels to use the print form component, it would be greatly appreciated.
I may be missing an obvious step but I am still new to visual basic express 2010, and the original program I did using vb 1.0 is the only visual basic programming I have done so i am still a learner.
I have an asp.net web page created with web forms. It has a number of gridviews on it which are populated from a database on a button click.I am looking to print a version of this page on a different button click. I'm looking to customize the printed page, with some text that is specified, then the gridview contents (user friendly version), then some more text etc
I am making a Sport Carnival timer for a local school. Currently, I have the results go into another form that I want to get printed. I tried using the PrintForm method, but it did not work as I have to show, and have that window open to print it. This form also has graphics that I want to print too.
1) Do you typically allow Deletions, Additions, and Edits in a DataGridView?
2) Have you found any simple way to use combos in a DataGridView? (See edit below.)
3) What type of binding do you typically use on a DataGridView? Do you manually code it? Bind it to an custom BindingSource object?
I'm accustomed to programming in MS Access and I'm now working on learning VB.NET. In Access I typically use updateable DataSheet view bound forms but this doesn't allow me to separate my business logic and create a Data Access Layer. Now I'm trying to figure out how to have an updateable DataGridView in .NET together with separate layers for Business Logic and Data Access. So far I haven't really been able to make sense out the many things I'm reading about this.
I need my DataGridViews to be easily sortable, filterable, and allow up to 10,000 records to be displayed at one time. I've achieved this using ADO.Net with standard DataTables (all written in code) but all my business logic and Data Access is in the code behind my form.
Edit:I guess I was under the impression that ComboBoxes are really difficult to use in DataGridViews so that's why I had posted question #2 above. I think I need to research this a little more as it's probably not as difficult as I thought it was but it doesn't appear to be anywhere as simple as a combo in MS Access. However, I realize that MS Access has many other limitations that VB.NET does not have.
I was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction.I want to be able to have the user type information into specific fields on the form and when they select print, it auto generates a pre made form and just fills in the areas that they type in.
If I have a form that has these fields: Name:______ Address:______
we want to print the datagridview in the form with the data of different employees (see our attached image).. but it's too long and it can not be printed in a short bond paper.. so we need a code to print that form in a long bond paper and in a LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION..
I've searched and searched for an answer to my question, but as of yet, have yet to find a solution to what I'm looking for. My background - 6 months out of College (Computer Studies)
Right now I'm working on a program that is going to be used to handle database information (Access 2007). On the main form the user can select 3 pieces of required info from drop down list boxes. Those are required. Then after that they are able to enter a first name and a second name. They then add that name to a list box below. They can add as many names as they want to a list box. Then from there they have the option to either just save the info, or if required (which will more then likely be the main option) print each person in the list their own certificate. I have designed a separate form laid out the way required for the certificate.
The trouble that I'm having at this time is that I am unable to make the printing process show all of the certs that are going to print in a print preview. I have been able to get it to only show one. The form is set to load where hidden = true.
I have all my project finished and have know idea how to do this. I have to get the program to print the invoice and have all the code done in the form but not the print button. i have the printdialog1 and PrintDocument1 on my form and can't get any further. here is the code i have so far in my invoice form.
I have a multi-form application that closes one form, using form.close() and shows another, using form.showdialog().In one of this forms, I have a 3 tabs, and I'm looking for to printing them one by one.I can print them easily but when the print_page event ends, the form that just printed closes. It also happens when I just hit Cancel on the printdialog.
Private Sub bttnImprimir1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles bttnImprimir1.Click Dim pdialog As PrintDialog = New PrintDialog pdialog.Document = PrintDocument 'PrintDialog associate with PrintDocument.[code].....
Basically I currently have the following code which enables me to print the form perfectly.
However, with the coding above on the print preview the form screen shoot/dump isn't centred. So I was wondering what would be the way to go about doing it? This is using the printform in the power packs available btw.
Also I figured it might be using height/width/location/margins etc, but I'm not to sure how one goes about assingning values to them. Like the two above I commented don't work.
What i am trying to do is setup the print and Print Preview - so i can preview and print the contents of richtextbox on a child form.
i have placed - Setup Dialog (mySetupdlg) PrintDocument (myPrintDoc) PrintPreview Dialog (myPrintPreDlg) Print Dialog (PrintDialog1)
on to the child form and am putting the code for the above controls in the Child.vb - the buttons to use the above controls are on a menuStrip and the toolStrip - which merge witht the MDI parent menuStrip and toolStrip. The code below is what i have done so far
Imports System.Drawing.Printing Imports system.io Public Class NoterChild
when i run the the program with the above code - any text thats been altered ie- had it font change or it font colour - just shows up in the print preview as the default style,color size .
i thinki am missing the obvious here but may due to getting fustrated with it not working the way i want it to -
I have a scheduler with multiple views. 1 day, 3 days, 5 days and 7 days.I have figured out how to scale each view and it prints correctly. What I am having problems with is how to allow the user to print these different views from one screen. I have a dropdown box with 1 day, 3, day, 5 day and 7 day. On the scheduler I have put the same procedure as Print and Print2 with just minor differences for the scaling for each view. Print Document1 and PrintDocument2 are on the second form. For some reason, no matter how I call the print document2 I end up with Printdocument1. I have checked it over and over but am getting no where. Would there be any reason I can't use multiple printdocuments on one form for printing different procedures?
I have created a chart with MS chart control on a form. On the form there is a menubar. Now i want to only print the chart and not the menubar and form layout. When i use one of the next two lines the whole form is printed.
I also want the printed chart to be a fixed size. The size of the chart depends on the size of the form. The size of the form depends on the resolution of my screen. So the printed chart isn't always the correct size.