Add, Edit, Delete Data in WPF with Access Database

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8 Responses

  1. RodWall says:

    Hi. Great tutorial. Is it possible create buttons to navigate through the records? Buttons like Next, Previous, First and Last? Thanks!

  2. Malli says:

    Hi sir in above tutorial i didn’t understand how you are separating the values in INSERT INTO function that is Values(” + txtEmpId.Text + “,'” + txtEmpName.Text + “‘,'” + ddlGender.Text + “‘,” + txtContact.Text + “,'” + txtAddress.Text + “‘)”; please explain this sir.

    • Admin says:

      Hi Malli,
      We are try to create query in code behind file. If you debug this project then you can get more idea on it.
      In alternative way you can use stored procedure for it.
      Thanks!

  3. Muhammad Faisal says:

    Great article (Y)

  4. SolTec says:

    I VS2015 Community the code breaks with an error and if there are records, they display, but nothing else can be done. Any ideas how to remedy this?

    An unhandled exception of type ‘System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException’ occurred in System.Data.dll

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