Forget central sql database. MS allows only up to 10 clients connected to a server/database for free. If you have more than 10 clients connected you will have to buy a sql server license...other ways it will not work .
If you have all your clients on the same physical locally network you better use udp multicast clients.
You can connect all clients together by one single multicast IP address and one port number (Rx/Tx).
Some years ago i wrote a small udp client test application that can connect up to 255 clients. With this you can send text messages (chat) to one single client or to all connected clients. In a text box the received messages are listed...
Each multicast client gets his individual PC number by using last digits NNN of its own IP Address XXX.XXX.XXX.NNN and the user name will be set by name of the computer.
If you are interested i could help you with the source code .
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Why not capture the characters between the quotes?
That is exactly what I want to do. In the end I want my string to be meters. I can do this all day long until my string contains a quote. I'm trying to figure out how to deal with quotes when I need to use quotes to group my syntax.
Your right, my choice of words may be confusing. I do the best I can.
It is giving AUTOMATION ERRORS AND CAN NOT CREATE OBJECT.
It is class code
Public Sub mdlShow(accesstype As String,cmd As String)
Dim frm As FormMain
Set frm = New FormMain
public sub form_load()
if return=0 then
'HERE I NEED TO STOP THE PROGRAM EXECUTION WITHOUT SHOWING FORM BUT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE WITH EXIT SUB AND FORM1.HIDE UNLOAD ME END IS NOT WOKING
"Server" would be the address of the computer you want to connect to.
"Domain" would be the domain of the user (this would be the computer you are connecting to, if you want to use a local user).
"Username" would be the username you wish to connect as.
"Password" would be the password of the user that you wish to connect as.
Hope this helps. Without knowing the exact details of your situation, I can't give you exact values, but this should be enough to get you going. If you have ever used Windows' built-in RDC client, these should be familiar.