If as expected you have created the project your should now see the main page, complete with an empty smaller titled Form1 and the properties section on the right.
Now we right-click the Data Base Tut tab on the right and select add new item, this window should appear: As you can imagine our newly created database would have no content, which makes for dull viewing.
Equipment Needed· Windows 8 running machine· Windows Virtual Studio 2012 or 2013· Oracle’s SQL Developer (Optional)· Open Mind JImportant Notice The main language I will use for my tutorial is SQL and it will be run on an application called Oracle SQLDeveloper.
The installation process will require a working system with enough memory to store the applications to be installed as well as a running Internet connection.
If you have no previous experience with Visual Studio or C# I recommend that you make use of some short video tutorials on You Tube to get you started.
As with most technological advances databases can be hard to handle, so these instructions will be a step-by-step walkthrough on simple database.
This set of instructions will particularly useful to users with a reasonable amount of CS experience who have dealt with similar programs.
The upper right corner of the grid view will pull up the window for this.
The database we have made will be available to set up for this window.
The start page will look something like this Things will start to get interesting now; we are going to make a new project in Visual Basic.
Click on the File tab, under New select New Project where a window will appear.
Now right click the Table tab and select add New Table option, the dbo.
Table [Design] window will appear; this is where we will add tables.
Add textboxes from the Tool Box to the right of the respective labels as shown below: We are starting to make some real progress with the database and the form will be the access point for data entries in the database.