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VB 2005 Read/Write to Access Database

Posted on 2006-06-24
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Need SIMPLE example for reading and writing records to an Access dataset using VB.NET/VB2005.

I established a connection to an existing Access dataset with the VB dataset wizard..  My  form code has the following---
 Me.EventIndexTableAdapter.Fill(Me.Db1DataSet.Table1)
Now, how do I?

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1. Get the field names
2. Read a few records into an array
3. Write a few records into an array
4. Delete all Records?
5. Add a Field (column)?
6. Close

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Question by:BW999
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You probably wanted to post in the vb.NET TA
This is vb 6
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