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    vb.net - error during wizard conversion (express 2005 vb.net)

    Tks for patience but have error on error...
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    http://www.mytempdir.com/825406
    In effect the code show a little userform and from this userform (select.vb) the user can set your agency, after prressing select, show other form to make a view of record selected, by value insert in textbox of select.vb...
    Hope understand me.(sorry for my terrible english).

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    Re: vb.net - error during wizard conversion (expre

    Sal

    Thi sis very unfair of you <img src=/S/bif.gif border=0 alt=bif width=70 height=28> . The Lounge has a limit of 100Kb and you are putting files of 383 Kb on a temporary download site. Some of us are still on dial up 56.6 Kbps modems. Can you at least put the size of the file in your post, I maybe a little more willing to help <img src=/S/yep.gif border=0 alt=yep width=15 height=15>
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    Re: vb.net - error during wizard conversion (expre

    This is what I see in your error report:
    <hr><pre>Upgrade Issues for MODIFICHE_USER.frm:
    None

    Upgrade Issues for SELECT.frm:
    # Severity Location Description
    1 Runtime Warning SELECT_Click Couldn't resolve default property of
    object MODIFICHE_USER.ENTER_PROVA1.
    2 Runtime Warning SELECT_Click Couldn't resolve default property of
    object MODIFICHE_USER.Show.</pre>

    The explanation for those two warnings is: "<font color=blue>Late-bound default property reference could not be resolved.</font color=blue>" There is a help link for that message.<hr>
    Did you try Microsoft's help information for this message?

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    Re: vb.net - error during wizard conversion (expre

    ????? hope i dont have delete essential file:-(

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    Re: vb.net - error during wizard conversion (expre

    Sal

    I think you are asking for quite a lot here. VB.Net is a big programme to learn and i think it will be quite a lot for someone to work out what the problem is here but you will have to check out the values around:


    MODIFICHE_USER.ENTER_PROVA1
    MODIFICHE_USER.Show

    Have a read of this article which may help you:

    Late-bound default property reference could not be resolved: In Visual Basic 6.0 , objects had a default property that could be used as a shortcut in code. However, late-bound objects cannot be resolved because it is impossible to determine a default property without knowing what the object is.
    Jerry

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    Re: vb.net - error during wizard conversion (expre

    Sal,

    I don't know what you're trying to do with this. Your MODIFICHE_USER form is using code and appears to be an Access or VB form. The normal usage in .Net is ADO.Net and you would create a Windows.Form in .Net to do whatever it is you're trying to do. The languages are NOT interchangeable like that.
    Charlotte

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