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JerryEng 05-13-2016 03:32 PM

ADO.net vs ADO
I have an app that was developed in VB6 using ADO to get data from Access. I would like to to update the app using VB 2015. I'm having some trouble getting a handle on ADO.net. Could someone give a code snippet that would mimic the following VB6 code to put data in a recordset?

Public adoconnection1 As New ADODB.Connection
Public rs As New ADODB.Recordset
Private Sub Form_Load()

adoconnection1.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & _
"Data Source= C:\EC1\EC1Data.mdb"

rs.CursorLocation = adUseClient
rs.Open "Select * from Jobs Where JobNumber = 10243", adoconnection1, adOpenDynamic

Text1.Text = rs!JobName


If I just have something to get started, I can usually figure it out from there. BTW, I'm not a developer, I'm an electrical engineer and the app is something 5 or 6 of us use in house. The app makes several calls to get data from the DB and update it but the majority of the calls return one row. The biggest call might return 75 rows but it displays them in a grid.

Dennis DVR 07-04-2016 05:55 AM

Check this ADO.NET Code Examples from MSDN


Originally Posted by JerryEng (Post 1409803)
BTW, I'm not a developer, I'm an electrical engineer]

Good Luck then I hope that above link would be helpful to you ;)

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