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Hi,
I want to develop a simple appl. using vb.net and access
database, but the app. must be web based. That means the user must be able to connect my app. using www.simpleapp.com, then enter some info. and send the info. to access database.

How can i achieve this?
Please let me know it in detail & with sample code.

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To create a web based application, you need to create the application in
asp.net. It is not possible to elaborate on how to go about it.
This forum mainly addresses issues encountered while coding.
You will have to refer to some online tutorials or refer some
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Hi,

I'd like to refer a few books to you:

For beginner level, consult:
      1) Visual Basic .NET Step By Step (MS Press)
      2) ASP.NET Step By Step (MS Press)

For intermediate to advanced level, see:
      1) Visual Basic .NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)
      2) ASP.NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)

These are amongst the best books and will surely help you build what you asked for and much, much more!

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hi,
i read ur reply.
Thank you for your kind information on the related books.

but what happend to me is, i am reading book on the same subject by Wrox, name is Professional VB.NET ,
The book tells all about O.O.P. , .Net concepts and all.
but i didnt find any chapter that will help me to build such a simple app. for practice.

I will try the book given by u.

but still i have one Q in my mind. that Vb.Net says the u can easily build web app. by using Vb projects -> Asp.Net from that.
If so then can i build a simple web app. from VB.NET

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 Hi,

I'd like to refer a few books to you:

For beginner level, consult:
    ††1) Visual Basic .NET Step By Step (MS Press)
    ††2) ASP.NET Step By Step (MS Press)

For intermediate to advanced level, see:
    ††1) Visual Basic .NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)
    ††2) ASP.NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)

These are amongst the best books and will surely help you build what you asked for and much, much more!

Regards,

ejan
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 hi,
i read ur reply.
Thank you for your kind information on the related books.

but what happend to me is, i am reading book on the same subject by Wrox, name is Professional VB.NET ,
The book tells all about O.O.P. , .Net concepts and all.
but i didnt find any chapter that will help me to build such a simple app. for practice.

I will try the book given by u.

but still i have one Q in my mind. that Vb.Net says the u can easily build web app. by using Vb projects -> Asp.Net from that.
If so then can i build a simple web app. from VB.NET

please reply
seema



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quote:Originally posted by ejan
 Hi,

I'd like to refer a few books to you:

For beginner level, consult:
    ††1) Visual Basic .NET Step By Step (MS Press)
    ††2) ASP.NET Step By Step (MS Press)

For intermediate to advanced level, see:
    ††1) Visual Basic .NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)
    ††2) ASP.NET Unleashed (SAMS Publishing)

These are amongst the best books and will surely help you build what you asked for and much, much more!

Regards,

ejan
Seema
Hi,

Well, the book Professional VB.NET, as the name implies, is for professional developers who have a good deal of experience developing .NET applications. I guess you've just started learning to program. I'd recommend that you put this book off the shelf until you become proficient in programming with VB.NET. By the way, this book introduces web programming in Chapter 14: Web Forms (Pro VB.NET 2nd Edition).

Now about your question: You can create ASP.NET applications in many languages. These include C#.NET, VB.NET, J#.NET and many others. So you can build an ASP.NET app with VB.NET. To do so, Click File, then New, and then Project in VS.NET IDE. Now select Visual Basic Projects as Project Type and select the ASP.NET Web Application template. This will create an ASP.NET application that will be built using VB.NET language.

I hope this helps.

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hi

I am developing web base application useing asp.net and C#

i have some some knowlage about asp.net ans c# now i want to move in advance topic

Please sugest me any book for advance asp.net with c# .
if any one have online book or PDf file then email me shailesh@iservegroup.net

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Hi Seema, Iam also facing the same problem as iam also using professional VB.NET & had overcame the problem through the MSDN HELP PROVIDED WITH VB.NET.Though it doesn't explain things in great detail but it can be of immense use if you know the basics & fundamentals of VB.NET and .NET architecture.

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