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Shown Data Explorer in Visual Basic

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Hi I wanna shown all my Data from SQL server to Visual Basic.net. could
someone guide me on that ? is there any object enable to do that.

SQL Server 2000
Database - contacts
2 tables - supplies and customers

now, i wanna to shown two folder on the screen.
name and numbers of the folders based on the database tables
if the above case, i got 2 folders named "supplies" and "customers"

once i click the supplies or customers folder, all the data will be shown on
another screen.

quite similar to the Windows Explorer, but i want the folders on the right
hand side dynamically shown based on database tables, and the data related
to the table will be shown at another screen.
Nov 22 '05 #1
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Hi A-PK,

In this resourcekit are a lot of samples, help and walkthroughs.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/vbrkit/default.aspx

And if you have problems installing it

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vbasic/vbr...q/#installvdir

I hope this helps?

Cor

Hi I wanna shown all my Data from SQL server to Visual Basic.net. could
someone guide me on that ? is there any object enable to do that.

SQL Server 2000
Database - contacts
2 tables - supplies and customers

now, i wanna to shown two folder on the screen.
name and numbers of the folders based on the database tables
if the above case, i got 2 folders named "supplies" and "customers"

once i click the supplies or customers folder, all the data will be shown on another screen.

quite similar to the Windows Explorer, but i want the folders on the right
hand side dynamically shown based on database tables, and the data related
to the table will be shown at another screen.

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