Net Work Days in Access
In Excel, I frequently use the formula, Networkdays, to calculate the number of business days that it has taken someone to process an order. I was wondering if there is a way to do the same thing in Access? I have a Project Received Date field and a Project Released Date field. I would like to calculate the business days between these two dates (please note, some of them may cross years (i.e. the project was received 12/28/2011 and released 1/5/2012). Is this possible, or should I stick to doing the calculation in Excel
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I am working vb 6.0 before and I have ideas how can I work vb6 into ms access, but I think its my time to explore more in vb.net I wonder can I add access into vb.net? Were I can't adodc in vb. and give very detailed steps to work on my problems.
I am in the process of creating a scheduling application in vb.net, I am using MS Access as the backend.
1) the boss puts a blank schedule on the desk
2) staff select the days they want to work
3) she then uses my app to assign staff to the days
4) previews and verifies schedule
5) prints out in an excel format
Application layout: a Month Calendar is used to select the start date of a 28 date range. Saves the Start Date and the End Date to textboxes. The 28 day date range (just the day, Oct 1, 2010), 1 is saved as the text property of a checkbox control. She then selects the checkboxes of the days the staff wants to work.
Data that needs to be saved:
1) Start Date
2) End Date
3) Date Range
4) Employee ID
5) Days Selected
Current Tables and Relationships
Is this the correct approach to what I am trying to do?
Prior to Access 2010, I would use the following query expression (Work_Days([Date1],[Date2]) to get the number of work days between two dates. It is now not working.
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I have never used crystal reports.
I have an access database. I have an access form- I am creating C#.net form to replace it and still connect to database.
I have been told - Crystal reports work better with C#.net form.
first- can I still use access database with Crystal reports.
second- all pc's on network have access installed and up to .net 2.0
do I have to install any software on each pc for Crystal reports to work?
The program will be on local network
I'm used to VB6 and when my old computer died I had to upgrade to vb.net since I couldn't get visual studio to work on my new one. My pet project a movie registration program which was connected to AccesDB with a zillion functions does not work anymore. I have to rewrite the whole thing in VB.net and now the trouble starts.
Some of the column names in the Db had not so clever names (like Aspect Ratio etc.) .I can add the data but as soon as there is a column name which is bracketed (in the sql-field) I get aSyntax error in INSERT INTO'statement when I get to the line "objDataAdapter.Update(ds, "tblDVD")".
Any way to solve this? I thought of changing the name of the columns in Access but I don't have Access any more either which complicates the matter.
The query I have below. Is returning records with the Payment Terms for NET 30 are showing as “15-30 Days Past Due”. The NET 30 payment terms should show as “31-60 Days Past Due” and the NET 15 payment terms should show as “15-30 Days Past Due”.
I currently have a Query set to give me the Average of # Days, and I am needing to change it to show me the Median and not the Average.
How would I do this?
I have included my SQL below.
SELECT [1 All Import].MSTSF, [1 All Import].[TOS Code], [1 All Import].[Rendering], [1 All Import].[ Name], [1 All Import].Net, Count([1 All Import].[Ref #]) AS [CountOfRef #], Count([1 All Import].[Apt Date]) AS [CountOfApt Date], Avg([1 All Import].[# Days]) AS [AvgOf# Days], Avg([1 All Import].[Distance]) AS [AvgOfDistance] FROM [1 All Import] GROUP BY [1 All Import].MSTSF, [1 All Import].[TOS Code], [1 All Import].[Rendering], [1 All Import].[Name], [1 All Import].Net
We need to "create" an MS Access data table from within VB.Net without defining fields much like a "make table query" in MS Access. The reason for this is so that we can convert MS Access application to VB.Net gradually.
We are seeking to create a table in VB.Net copy this table together with its structure to MS Access and make the source of the data transparent to the MSAccess users.
I know that a table can be created by defining fields... Using VB.Net 2003
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