Hello everyone, I am a practicing solo physician and I am going to be writing a little Electronic Medical Record like application. I have done this in the past using Visual Basic 5 and an access database locally and then several years later using VB.Net and an SQL server database remotely. The last time I did this I used an SQL database and ASP.net.
This time I would like to use first as proof of concept an access database with a front end on a language that I already know but it appears that Microsoft has done away with the Visual Basic line. Is there a way to buy VB.Net alone or does it have to be part of Visual Studio?
There is an easy way, in .NET, to centralize the treatment of all unexpected errors.
First of all, instead of launching the application directly in a Form, you need first to write a Sub called Main, in a module. Then, set the Startup Object to th…