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VB.NET Using Visual Studio Classes

Learn to program in Visual Basic .NET, included in the Microsoft Visual Studio environment, by attending hands-on instructor-led classes at the Computer Education & Training Center at UMSL. Visual Basic can also be used with ASP .NET in developing web sites.

Advanced Topics in Visual Basic .NET: Data Access

(Prerequisite: Intermediate Visual Basic .NET Programming or equivalent experience. Experience with a database is also recommended.) Learn to create Windows forms that access data using the Visual Basic programming language and the Visual Studio development environment. Configure data sources and data-related components using a variety of tools, including the Data Source Configuration Wizard, the Dataset Designer, and the TableAdapter Configuration Wizard. Take advantage of the Data Sources window and Visual Studio's drag-and-drop data-binding capabilities to build data-centric forms. Set up datasets that include data from related tables by creating relationships and establishing foreign keys. Learn techniques to validate data and make updates to the underlying database. Other topics include creating reports and using the BindingSource component to navigate through, sort, and filter data. [Course Outline]
Fee: $399

Two-Day Class Meets 8:30am-4:00pm (13 hours)
Code Dates Location Instructor
G7657 Wed., Mar. 8 & Thurs., Mar. 9West CountyLloyd Abernathy

If you would like to register for a course, call (314) 984-9000 or register online.

Classes are available in ASP .NET, Microsoft's technology for adding interactivity to your web site. You may also be interested in classes in Visual C# .NET or a beginning class in Programming Concepts.