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Hi! I am a student of PGDCA. Please anybody help me for making a project of LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN VB.NET 2005 VERSION. TODAY..........

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you are student? fine! then do what the teacher tells you.
what the hell is this behave about? coming and asking for a complete project without showing any effort?
why you even study it then?

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hii I am a student of tybsc (compsci) i m making a project on online health care please help me in my project i have to submit the synopsis

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hi
i am developing a project in vb.net
i am having 2 databases student and university at access.
i have used wizard to connect to my databases.using wizard i can add,delete,update my databases easily.
my university databases is having listed attributes-id,name,courses,add,country.

now i want if i enter bba in my course column,then all universities providing bba course should be listed.

how should i do it?
i tried my level best but not successful.
plz help me out soon

hi,
i think university is a table not a database.
database contains table and you maintion a attributes.
change university table attributes aslike id,uniname,courses,uniadd,country

dim getid(10),i as integer
dim cs,qry as string
i=0
qry="select id from university"
commondobj.commandtext=qry
datareaderobj=cmd.executeReader
while(datareaderobj.read)
     getid(i)=datareaderobj("id")
     i++
end while
datareaderobj.close()
for i=0 to 9
   qry="select courses from university where id="&getid(i)
   commandobj.commandtext=qry
   datareaderobj=commandobj.ExecuteReader
   if datareaderobj.Read then
       cs=datareaderobj("courses")
   end if
   datareaderobj.close
   cs=cs+","+textbox.text(bba)
   qry="update university set courses='"& cs &"' where id="&getid(i)
   commandobj.commandtext=qry
   commandobj.ExcuteNonQuery()
   msgbox"done"
next

if done successfully then msg me on ...

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