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Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 5

  • November 19, 2002
  • By Karl Moore
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Wow, we sure covered a lot of ground today!

I babbled about good database design for a while, and then we delved into Access to create our very own tables complete with keys and relationships. Finally, we tested our supercool design... and it worked!

Next week we'll be taking this project further. I'll show you how to easily build your Visual Basic application around a good database design... using a few little-known control properties.

Tune in at the same time next week for more of the same. Until then, I'm your host Karl Moore saying goodnight for tonight... goodnight!

[Ed: You can download the database Karl has been working on this week here]

Karl's Database Tutorial Index

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 1
What do VB-World.net and databases have in common? Well for a start, the letters "b", "e" and "t". But more relevantly, over the next couple of months, it'll be hosting a weekly Visual Basic database tutorial with head geek, Karl Moore.

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 2
Wondering how to use databases in Visual Basic? Ponder no more. This week, head geek Karl Moore returns with the second part in his Visual Basic Database tutorial. That's right, he's back... and he's geekier than ever.

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 3
The Head Geek is back with the third part in his Visual Basic Database tutorial. Join Karl Moore as he takes you on a wobbly ride through the wacky world of Access, queries, grids and controls. And that's just this week!

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 4
Head geek Karl Moore returns with another extra helping of juicy database info. This week, Karl explains how to access databases completely in code and build a complete working mini db application!

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 5
Database diva Karl Moore continues his epic series by taking a look at good db design, primary keys, relationships and more.

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 6
Karl Moore continues his epic database tutorial by taking a sneak geek peek at good database design and validation, before moving on to create a simple VB-integrated report.

Visual Basic Database Tutorial - Part 7
VB-World database dude Karl Moore concludes his epic tutorial series by uncovering the mysteries of Oracle, SQL Server and the oh-so-groovy VB database tools.





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