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This example shows how to create a dynamic query using textbox array and string array. It will build your dynamic where clause based on what is entered in the textboxes. It does not matter if you use one(1) OR all four(4) textboxes, it will build it. Kevin Luckett 11/16/2003 Database 8150
Filemaker Pro is a popular desktop/network database solution with a large base of users. I've written a Visual Basic component composed of one class "MyFMInterface" which allows your VB code to open, read and write data to Filemaker 5.0-6.0 databases. Included with this package is a test 'client'... David Albin 11/13/2003 Database 7814
This will copy the records from one database to other database Ravikumar KV 11/10/2003 Database 11753
Retrieves all entries from a database and populates a listbox. Eg first column in a database is userName, this will fill the list style combo box with the username Iain Baughen 11/5/2003 Database 9609
This is code to find out Records from a Access Database Abhay Dogra 10/30/2003 Database 15027
Export Source Table from Current Database To The Destination Table In New Database ( IN ACCESS ) vinay nataraj 10/29/2003 Database 7637
Export Source Table from Current Database To The Destination Table In New Database / Backup selected tables from database ( IN ACCESS ) vinay nataraj 10/29/2003 Database 7114
Autogeneration of code at runtime for database table field Chittaranjan Dhurat 10/23/2003 Database 7408




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