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First VB.NET app won't work

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1961 Dec 6,2002 09:50 AM Dec 7,2002 12:47 AM Windows Forms 1
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TVIStudent
Asked On December 6, 2002 09:50 AM

As a special project I have created a VB.NET program that is tied to an Access 2002 database that is in Access 2000 format and I am trying to put it on a computer (that I have loaded the framework onto and has Win 2000). I can run some of my other VB.NET programs that do not have databases in them just fine, but when I run this program it gives me an unhandled exception or somehting like that with a process and thread. It is not in my program as it runs on other machines in the lab (with the Visual.NET studio on them) and I also tried a classmate's program that also has a database in it and it will give me that same error message. As I am out of ideas and time in the semester I would appreciate any info on this...

Brastel Kabushiki Gaisha
Replied On December 7, 2002 12:47 AM

Have you created a DNS to your Database ? []s Genival - JAPAN > As a special project I have created a VB.NET program that is tied to an Access 2002 database that is in Access 2000 format and I am trying to put it on a computer (that I have loaded the framework onto and has Win 2000). I can run some of my other VB.NET programs that do not have databases in them just fine, but when I run this program it gives me an unhandled exception or somehting like that with a process and thread. It is not in my program as it runs on other machines in the lab (with the Visual.NET studio on them) and I also tried a classmate's program that also has a database in it and it will give me that same error message. As I am out of ideas and time in the semester I would appreciate any info on this...

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