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Default Database Insert/Update problem with VB.NET form

Hello

I suspect that this is a simple error on my part but this example may help others starting out with ADO.NET.

I'm working on a very basic Database Application. I've included the full project as an attachment in this post.

Its a very basic Form that is the front end for a database containing contact information.

The form has many fields but I've only implemented the first 4 for simplicity.

The form has 4 buttons

1-Find = user enters record ID to bring up the contact information for that record (SQL Select used)
2-New = user can create a new record (SQL Insert used)
3-Save = user saves current record (updated or new- SQL Update or insert used)
4-Delete = Record deleted

I have used an access DB for simplicity but will need to use MySql or MS SQL for end project. Amen.mdb is included with project.

Parts That Work

1-Find Works OK
2-New Works OK until Save

Parts that Don't work

3 - Save - Insert only inserts the first 2 fields in the database! ie name & contact, phone & mobile don't get inserted! -
     I don't understand this as the code seems OK
     Update doesn't work at all - it causes an unhandled exception in the cmdUpdate part of my code.


The project was written in VS.NET 2003

Any Help greatly appreciated


Tino



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www.itsthere2share.com/Amen2.zip

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Hi,

Zip-filen cannot be opened, by me at least. My zip-program says its corrupted.

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IF you can post your update and save code I can look at it and tell you if there is anyting wrong with it.

GORAN

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