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Posted on 2004-10-14
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Hello everyone,

I have a small problem that maybe somone could help me with. I have an app that lets me input raw sql commands and load sql scripts but what I would like to do and cannot accomplish is get the savefiledialog to save the contents of the textbox to a .sql file so I can use it later. I am able to get the box to open and I can get it to write the file but am not able to give a filename or get it to write the contents of the box

Thanks for the help.
Joe
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mdougan earned 350 total points
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Hi JoeDW,


            Dim fWriter As StreamWriter
            Dim sLine As String
            Dim sFileName As String
            Dim dresult As System.Windows.Forms.DialogResult

            dlgSave.CheckFileExists = False
            dlgSave.AddExtension = True
            dlgSave.Filter = "Excel Spreadsheet|*.xls|Comma Separated Values|*.csv|Tab Separated Values|*.tsv|Fixed Layout|*.txt|All Files|*.*"
            dresult = dlgSave.ShowDialog()

            Me.Refresh()

            If (dlgSave.FileName <> "") And (dresult = DialogResult.OK) Then

                sFileName = dlgSave.FileName

                fWriter = File.CreateText(sFileName)
                sLine = txtSQL.Text
                fWriter.WriteLine(sLine)
                fWriter.Flush()
                fWriter.Close()
            End IF


Cheers!
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by:JoeDW
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sweet, that worked flawlessly!! Just had to change the txtSQL to the name of the textbox and it worked perfect. Thanks a million. Here is an added 100 points for the quick reply.

Awesome!
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Thanks!
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