There is no technical problem or error in my project.
This question is about how improve my project to be more user friendly.
Let me explain about my project:
There are many tables in DB and I have created a CRUD Form for each table; There is Form that contains some buttons and every button opens a single CRUD Form.
Now imagine that user want to register an student and the user is very busy because of large number of students; so the user should open and close many of Form from the board just for entering a single student's information.
You know that in DB there is a table for each existence.
Person, PhoneType, Phone, Register, Class, Teacher, etc; and for each of them there is a CRUD Form. If one of them will cancel so I would cancel all of the insertion before the current Form.
Did you get what I mean?
In other word I should update all of them if the last Form's DialogResult equals DialogResult.OK and reject all changes if it is DialogResult.Cancel.
First the user will open and enter personal info about the first student in CustomerUI then he/she will close that. Now the entries will update at FormClosing by user's confirmation.
Second step the user is going to enter information about class registration. Now consider that the student doesn't want to register any more.
At thiss time there is a record in "Person" table in DB that is useless.
I'd implement a menu bar &/or a toolbar. So no matter where the user is in the app (unless in a modal form) they can add a student quickly by selecting the "Add Student..." menu item. I would also include a shortcut for the menu item. I would add all the common tasks a user needs in the menu bar.
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after executing this command the content of
textBox1.Text will be 46.99 instead of 47;
I've solved this problem by some functions, but I want to see is there any tuning in C# 2010 that I missed it? thanks
A project with an output type of class library cannot be started directly.In order to debug this project, add an executable project to this solution which references the library project. Set the executable project as the startup project.
While running the program in C# visual studio 2010 I am getting this error...! please tell me how to sort out this error..!
You need an executable that calls into that DLL appropriately. If you haven't got one, you have to write on. If you have got one and it's in the same solution, right click on the project name for that executable and select "Set as StartUp project" from the context menu.
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Since I am new to working a C# 2010 desktop application, I have the following questions to ask about how to accomplish the following tasks:
1. I would like to use linq to sql on a sql server 2008 r2 database to pull all the data from one column in one particular table. The value for the one array would be varchar(50) There will be more than one row selected at the time. (What I have seen of linq so far is to pull only one value by using singleordefault.)
2. I then would like to take the values obtained from step number one and load those values into array,collection, or some type of similar object.
Can tell me how to accomplisth this goal and/or point me to a reference that I can use?
There is also a method ToArray() to return an array instead of a list. One of the advantages of both ToArray and ToList is that it forces immediate execution, instead of the default defered of LINQ. In addition to Take method, there is a Skip method
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