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OK, so what's stopping you from just getting the username on the login form from the database when you authenticate the user and then passing that data to the main form of your application? This is basic stuff, passing data between classes, and Forms are just classes.
Dim ouvrir As New OpenFileDialog
If ouvrir.ShowDialog = DialogResult.OK Then
Dim aline() As String
Dim sr As New StreamReader(ouvrir.FileName)
While Not sr.EndOfStream
Dim ligne As String = sr.ReadLine
aline = ligne.Split(CChar(vbTab))
Dim cmd As New SqlCommand("select * from F_COMPTET", cn)
Using da As SqlDataReader = cmd.ExecuteReader
There's only "adding" done to the rows, so both should be visible if you execute this.
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its always takes first column
like this datagridview.rows.add(column1,column2,column3...)
in first place when read textfile with split it take many column but when with database it take always first column
my problem not in import or reading
my problem is i can manage to add a column for importing data from database always take same column in datagrid that occupied from textfile
i need something like this (column1 from textfile,column2txt,column3txt,column4 from database)
or (column1 from database,column2txt,column3txt,column4txt)