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I have two (parent-child) tables that are bound by a primary key (PK)/foreign key (FK) relation.each PK is identity (idStudent and idBac)
to insert data, i'm using an little application in c# i programmed myself where i insert these columns for the Student table: F_Name, L_Name, Age, Mobile, Adresse, City ,and ( i don't know how to handle the idBac wich is foreign key of the other table
wich still not inserted yet)
for the table Bac, i insert section, school, and city.
what i want is when i click on "OK" button, the idBac ,wich is a foreign key of the other table (BAC), receives the same idBac given the moment i inserted the BAC informations too ...
i don't have any problem wich ado.net ...i just want the right query/procedure.
thanks in advance and sorry for my english, it's not my mother tongue.
I am at my wits end and need some help, I have a dynamic data site, and have built a formview for my parent table, Claims (parent), Claims has a child table called DamagedVehicles, I want all the fields on the Cliams table and the fields on the DamagedVehicle to be displayed for insert on the same formsview, when the user fills in all data it should insert the claim and the damagedvehicle at the same time and set the foriegn key on the Damagedvehciles row to the Primary key of the claim, I dont know were to start any examples in VB.net or C# will be greatly appricated. i have been search for 3 days now trying to come to a solution and nothing has worked.
thanks in advance.Andrew
Hi dear coders
though a very simple question to ask, but please tell me how to save and retrieve data in/from my textboxes to/from database (MYSQL) on submit button click.
i know its a very simple task but i cant make it done, so i request you to please send me some working example link or post any helpful code here in asp.net
i will be highly thankful for any kind help from you geniuses.
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