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How do i take pictures in access 2007 using my Logitech Webcam Orbit AF

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I just bought four logitech webcam Orbit AF and I want to use them in my DB. Visita-presidencial.accdb
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See this forum. You can get idea from it.

http://forums.quickcamteam.net/showthread.php?tid=140

Sincerely,
Ed
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by:GRayL
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...I want to use them in my DB.  You need to tell us more than that.   How, who, to what end, etc.??
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by:rromeroa
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Ok what kind of info yo need????

I have a register form for an event.. the people will come to my office before the event takes place.. that day i will complete a questionnaire and take him a picture and i will give him a card with a individually bar code, and the day of the event the guy will come with his pass and i will scan his bar code using symbol bar code scanner i once i got his information in my screen i will let him pass quickly.  

Sorry for my English.
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In other situations with similar equipment, the user takes a photo of a person and stores the photo under a file name unique to the person in a folder as a jpg file.  Rather than imbed the photo in the database, it is recommended to store the hyperlink of the the photo in the table along with other personal details including the text string representing the barcode to reduce the incidence of database bloating.  The user builds a form that displays the required info and photo, keyed to the bar code.  On the day of the event, the person provides his pass to the user who scans the barcode - the scanner software provides  a text string representative of the barcode to the form - the form searches for the barcode string in the table and when it is found, the form is populated with the personal details and photo.

If this process is along the lines of what you are trying to do, with what part are you having trouble?
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by:rromeroa
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Taking the picture using the access system, I dont know how to programm the code to take pictures when I have the form open.
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