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Old June 13th, 2004, 02:55 AM
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I am trying to write a database application. I know there's a wizard that generates a basic applcation complete with q form and all, but I can't find it. Anybody here know anything about it?

Oh, yeah, when I'm trying to compile my application from the command prompt, I get the message like 'csc is not recognized as an internal or external command'. How do I fix this?

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Excuse me but could u plz tell me first, what is that wizard u talk about?! Dont u use Visual Studio?!

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Yes, actually I am using Visual Studio.NET 2003. But I don't remember the name of the wizard. I do remember, however, that there is a wizard to generate a basic GUI database app.

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Dear friend:
I use VS.NET 2002 & 2003 ver. but stil havent met this Wizards yet! Im sure having a wizard made needess to programming & what ever u say is something strange for me to have it in VS.NET!
Anyway could u plz tell me the name of Wizard u use * there is it! maybe its a additional software to generate some codes for VS.NET like Access!?
Im waiting...

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Ok, I found out what it really was. The wizard I was talking about actually appears when you drag a dataAdapter control onto the form. Last night I talked to my friend who had shown it to me before, and he told me this. Sorry for causing the confusion.

I still need to solve the problem of registring the environment variables though. Plesae help out.

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http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ementation.asp

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