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keninfo wrote:
But i don't know what @AgentNaam corresponse with, it should be a parameter, i guess.

Can you explain the following

command.Parameters.Add("@AgentNaam", OleDb.OleDbType.VarChar, 20, "AgentNaam")


Did you not read the documentation?

@AgentNaam is your parameter name (think of is as a variable name). When you use @AgentNaam in your SQL you get the value of the parameter. Just like you would a variable in VB.NET

The last argument is the value you want the parameter to have. Putting in "AgentNaam" will mean the parameter will always have that value. It is like writing the following in VB.NET:
Dim agentNaam As String = "AgentNaam"


keninfo wrote:
I need to update a table with new values, which are inserted via textfields.

I don't get the way from textfield inserting till the actual update


Where you currently have the literal string values (That's the last argument of the Add method) you should change that to the appropriate values that have come from the text boxes.


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