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Posted Dec 4, 2006

MySharpSQL version 1.1

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Yeoh HS]

Would you like to create your own database client applications in C# using MySQL and its ADO .NET Data Provider?

MySharpSQL is a FREE fully functional program that uses MySQL for keeping a database of programming notes. The MySQL database that comes with the program contains relevant and specially selected MySQL, ADO.NET and C# programming resources.

Program functions implemented in this fully functional program are: load records topic in a listbox, gets user selection from the listbox and displays the record details in a set of textboxes. The command buttons allow the user to clear and reload the listbox, save a new record or an edited record, delete existing records, display the program's help file, close the program and search for keywords in the records.

The article continues at http://www.yeohhs.com/mysharpsql.htm



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