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Old June 4th, 2008, 11:43 AM
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Hello again,
Sorry i seem to be taking over this forum with all my questions but you have helped me out in the past and I was wondering if you guys would be kind enough to do it again. Basically my query is this...

Can you get two different stored procedures to run on the same form at load at the same time. I have a stored procedure that counts the total wages on one table and adds it to a form from which i will save it to another. The same for Total income, but alas when i put both into the forms load event only one displays, I can use the toolStrip button created by the stored procedure to get the other value but the first then disappears. Any Ideas guys. Again sorry for always asking. I have been looking through other forums to try and help others out but with my limited knowledge im finding that always there is someone better suited to give the answers

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For anyone else with this problem i overcame it by adding two combo boxes to the form and adding a query to them from the toolstrip shortcut in design view, obviously the query was the stored procedure. I then added to text boxes and coded them to be assigned the value of the combo boxes, then made the comboboxes invisible. This is probably a long way around and more than likely wouldn't be recommended but hey it works for me

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