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Submitted on: 1/1/2015 7:26:00 PM
By: TLWallace (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 28 Users
Compatibility: VB.NET
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     It demonstrates using xml as a file type database. XML can be later converted to any type database format you choose (i.e. MS Access, SQL Server, Oracle, MYSQL others..) It also, uses Microsoft Agent as a helpful assistant during program execution. THIS PROGRAM IS INCOMPLETE. It contains a mixture of programing topics for the VB.NET programmer. Topics covered: Process food inventory, payment invoices, product supply, and more. XML input/output, Microsoft Excel worksheet. Print and Print preview. Read Write XML. This program utilizes .NET Datagrid, Tab, and Print Preview controls and spell check. This program utilizes the new .NET Datagrid, Tab, and Print Preview controls and spell check. Code comes with some examples provided by Microsoft, various Planet-Source-Code contributors, the web and maybe some others that I can not remember right now. It is however being distributed here free of charge so there shouldn't be any legal copyright issues. But mine 2003(c) TLWallace.NET. How about some feedback? You may modify it to fit your specific purposes for whatever. __________________________________________ UPDATE(08-30-2003): Version 1.0.1337 Fixes invalid file references (NT 4.0 and Win 95). Removed obsolete files. Converted to VS 2003. __________________________________________ UPDATE(09-06-2003): Version 1.5 includes further tweaking and fine tuning. Clean up some obsolete code. Unneeded objects.

 
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