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    Default Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    I'm planning to develop an inventory system using VB.NET 2008 but I'm not sure on some things. Should I use MySQL as backend or MS Access is enough? The program is intended for stand alone and will be used by a multi-purpose cooperative.

    Anyone here knows how to pass all the data from a datagrid to a Microsoft/crystal report?

    Iíll update this thread from time to time whenever I need help on something. Thank you very much!
    Last edited by kirakiyama; 23rd May 2011 at 18:02.

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    mySQL nlng gmtin u.. Mblis kc data transfer nun.

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    piliin mo kung anu yun mas gamay mo. or kung saan ka mas magaling

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    Depende lang sa data storage, if maliit lang u can use ms access pag malaki, mssql, sqlserver, mysql or oracle.

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    ang importante is yung dami ng kailangang gumamit ng database simultaneously.

    kung mahigit sa 5, mySQL or MS SQL Server.

    kung 5 or lower, pwede na ang MS Access.

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    Access na lang.. madali lang mag connect ng Crystal ah. follow your heart BRO

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    maximize your skills bro.. use MySQL or MSSQL...

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    I can actually code using any of the two though not an expert. The problem is I can't install MySQL on my computer. That's why I'm asking opinions if its alright for me to use MS Access instead of MySQL. Anyone here knows where I can download MySQL? I tried the installer on their website but there's an error so I can't use it. Thank you!

    PS: The inventory system is intended for a stand alone unit. It will be used by a cooperative for recording their transactions. Any insights will be very much appreciated. Thanks!
    Last edited by kirakiyama; 24th May 2011 at 11:28.

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by kirakiyama [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    PS: The inventory system is intended for a stand alone unit. It will be used by a cooperative for recording their transactions. Any insights will be very much appreciated. Thanks!
    I will not prefer MS ACCESS as database.. pede to macrash.. try to install wamp...

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    Default Re: Inventory System Using VB.NET 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by kirakiyama [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    I

    PS: The inventory system is intended for a stand alone unit. It will be used by a cooperative for recording their transactions. Any insights will be very much appreciated. Thanks!
    for your requirements, pwede na ang MS Access

    Quote Originally Posted by cywel [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    I will not prefer MS ACCESS as database.. pede to macrash.
    can you exolain more elaborately, Sir? MS Access is used all over the world, and I think that other RDBMS are also prone to crashing.

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