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I created an access Lyric database. Then I added a table and a combo to hold song file data. Then, when the user selects a song and clicks play the code below gets executed. When I first did this it went well. WMPlayer opened up and played the song. Now it opens up the open dialog wanting me to select the file. It returns a 42. This is the first time I used this API command. Any help will be appreciated.
That was a big help, i only have one small problem
i need to find LNCActivex.ocx. the link to install it doesnt work.
I have searched the net and find plenty of apps that want to check all your files
and tidy them up.
Public Class myclass
Private cont As MyentEntities
Public Sub New( ByRef cnx As MyentEntities)
cont = cnx
Public Sub test
If cont.mytable1.Count=1 then
And on my main form :
Dim E1 as MyEntEntities
Dim m1 asmyclassPrivateSub MainForm_Load(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs)
EndsubPrivateSub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs)
When I click the button , I get an error :
....the entity of type 'MyTable1' does not exist in the context.