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Kurs 72590 - Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 - Part 1 - Online

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Informationen über Kurs 72590 - Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 - Part 1 - Online

  • Ziele
    - Develop a simple application using Visual Basic 6.0. - Access, organize, and present data using Visual Basic's Universal Data Access features.
  • Anforderungen
    This course is designed for programmers who need to create basic applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0.
  • Titel
    Kurs 72590 - Designing and Implementing Desktop Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 - Part 1
  • Inhalt
    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Visual Basic Essentials - 4 hours

    - Identify the features of event-driven programming in Visual Basic.
    - Identify file types and file extensions in a Visual Basic 6.0 project.
    - Identify project templates in Visual Basic.
    - Identify Help options in Visual Basic.
    - Add a standard control to a form.
    - Add ActiveX controls to the Toolbox.
    - Identify the code used to set properties at run time.
    - Identify different types of procedures and programming structures.
    - Identify the statements used to declare a variable and a constant.
    - Identify methods of verifying data entered by the user.
    - Set a reference to a type library.
    - Identify form events in Visual Basic.
    - Create a menu on a form.
    - Create a pop-up menu.
    - Identify the properties and uses of the ListView control.
    - Identify the uses of the TreeView control in displaying hierarchical data.
    - Display a toolbar and toolbar buttons using the Toolbar control.
    - Display status bar information using the StatusBar control.
    - Identify the features of the Forms collection and Controls collection.
    - Identify the tools for debugging a Visual Basic application.
    - Add effective error-handling code to a Visual Basic application.
    - Identify the properties and methods of the Err object.
    - Perform the steps to test inline error handling.
    - Identify the error-handling options available in Visual Basic.
    - Compile an application from within the Visual Basic 6.0 development environment.
    - Compile a Visual Basic 6.0 application from an MS-DOS prompt.

    Unit 2: Visual Data Access Tools - 4 hours

    - Identify the components of OLE DB.
    - Identify ADO data access tools.
    - Identify the functions of the Data Environment designer.
    - Identify the connection and command properties of a project.
    - Identify the features of the Data View window.
    - Create a command object to define what data to retrieve from a connection.
    - Identify the code to access the results returned by a Command object.
    - Group similar records within a Command object.
    - Relate Command objects to create a hierarchical relationship of data.
    - Calculate values returned in a recordset using the aggregates function.
    - Create data-bound controls on a form.
    - Add navigation controls to a form to allow navigation through a recordset.
    - Identify the uses of the ADO Data control in displaying database information.
    - Identify the uses of Format objects in formatting and displaying database information.
    - Identify options for automatically creating Visual Basic forms using the Data Form Wizard.
    - Design a Data Report using the Data Report Designer.

    Course Access


    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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