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Old 26-03-2009
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Access to data VB2008
  

I am following some guides on MSDN library to access the data in a Db.as shown in the guide, I 'wrote of "Drag" in the form ... in 2008 which is not possible!
as I am mistaking somewhere? Please help..

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Re: Access to data VB2008

Want to drag & drop components gui?
That is, what you can not drag?
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Re: Access to data VB2008

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Now drag the table "Customers" on form "Client List".
in VB 2008 that does not make me ... I can not drag the table
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Re: Access to data VB2008

Yes, you can safely (I do not think there is something you could do in VB 2005, and not in 2008).
You must choose whether you want to display a single record at a time (details), or a DataGridView grid, then close the curtain and drag the Customers table (from-home data to Form).
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