As I work in vb 6. and dont know much about VB 2005. i need a connection code to connect my application with SQL 2005. i had used SQLConnection SQLAdapter SQLCommand to connect it had been connected but i want to reterive fields from table
the code i write isDim conn As SqlConnection
conn =New SqlConnection("Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;Initial Catalog=Car_Golf_db;Integrated Security=True")
conn.Open()''Dim i As Integer ''Dim aa As String Dim rs As SqlCommand Dim strsql As String
strsql ="select * from login where username='" & uname.Text & "' and password='" & password.Text & "'"
rs =New SqlCommand(strsql, conn)
rs.CommandType = CommandType.Text'rs.ExecuteReader(strsql) If rs.ExecuteReader.FieldCount > 0 Then Me.Hide()
now i cant get it where it goes wrong. Please reply.
gauriFriday, June 09, 2006 12:49 PM
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Thank you!Friday, June 09, 2006 1:26 PM
You're not saying what is going wrong and I don't see any wrong with your code. If I'd hazard a guess, your "frmsel" pops up but doesn't show anything. That's because it doesn't know anything about "rs". Add a public method to frmsel that takes a SqlDataReader as an argument so that you can populate the controls in the form with the data. Something like this:
dim reader as SqlDataReader
reader = rs.ExecuteReader
if frmsel.DisplayData(reader) then me.hide()
and in frmsel:
public function DisplayData(rs as SqlDataReader) as boolean
if not rs.hasrows then return false
txtUser = rs.Item("User").ToString()
txtPass = rs.Item("Password").ToString()
I didn't try it myself, please excuse any typos...
Friday, June 09, 2006 2:01 PM
your code is ok, but you just opened the connection without doing anything
you didn't use any adapter in your code , nor datareader to read from your database
how to featch data into your app http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms171918(VS.80).aspx
hope this helpsFriday, June 09, 2006 7:25 PM
Gaurip wrote: 'rs.ExecuteReader(strsql)
If rs.ExecuteReader.FieldCount > 0 Then
What you need to take into consideration is the return value of ExecuteReader() method
Dim dr as SqlDataReader = rs.ExecuteReader(strsql)
This will give you the data reader that you can use Read() method on to make it point to the next row in the resultset. When it returns false there is no more rows.
When you call Read() it will contain a row of data and columns can be retrieved via the IDataRecord interface as it implements it on the SqlDataReader class
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/system.data.idatarecord_members.aspxSaturday, June 10, 2006 9:28 PM