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    Info VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    I got a program designed for me a few years ago - password manager which I gave out copies to fellow df members, since then it has undergone a few changes and additions done by myself.

    ive come up with a slight problem, basically you have the option to search through all the database for a specific word such as amazon for example, but then the program removes all other database entries apart from the amazon ones. ive added a reload button and I want to be able to click it and then re-load the database back as it is when the program first starts. now ive had a fair bit of experience with visual basic now over the years and most edits ive done myself and most bugs ive fixed myself but this one ive tried everything that I can think but it still does not work.

    so if someone could take a look at the code for me and put me in the right direction, ill offer 25 free licenses to fellow df vip members and unlimited to staff
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    Default Re: VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    Are you using an actual database for this or storing in a file or is this excel?

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    Default Re: VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    im using an encrypted database to hold th einfo with the program being the gui/front end for editing/changing stuff.
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    Default Re: VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    Wat DB are you using? Are you physically changing it whilst searching or creating temporary tables?

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    Default Re: VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    its ok ive hired a dev to not only do this but add some new cool stuff too
    more to come soon
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    Default Re: VB.net Help with visual basic program, reloading a database on screen

    Mate send me the code vb.net isn't really my thing but better than paying as a first go. Happy to sign an NDA.

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