Form Region

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RmFpc2Fs

#1
I have created a new form region in meeting request form. I am using this

form with Visual Studio 2008. I want to get the location from my DB by

searching rooms and then populate the result in the Location bar of the

meeting request form. Require your help.
 
K

Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

#2
There's no way for any of us to read your mind and know what DB you are

using or how it would get searched, or what search terms to use. Only you

know that. The Location property is just a string property, the actual

Location dropdown is not available to you. So you'd need to put your own

list control on the form region and have your users use that to populate the

actual Location property.

"Faisal" <Faisal> wrote in message

news:20CCD69F-9D61-48BF-A1F1-41BC0353AC0B@microsoft.com...
> I have created a new form region in meeting request form. I am using this
> form with Visual Studio 2008. I want to get the location from my DB by
> searching rooms and then populate the result in the Location bar of the
> meeting request form. Require your help.
 
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RmFpc2Fs

#3
Well i think i was unable to explain my requirement.

The DB will be my custom DB using SQL Server2005 and i will get the values

by passing the dates to the DB and get the Free location during the interval

provided.

The result which i received on my Form Region which will be a meeting room.

I need it to be placed on the master form Location textbox just by clicking a

button or some other way.

I hope its clear now. Apprecite your help.
wrote:


> There's no way for any of us to read your mind and know what DB you are
> using or how it would get searched, or what search terms to use. Only you
> know that. The Location property is just a string property, the actual
> Location dropdown is not available to you. So you'd need to put your own
> list control on the form region and have your users use that to populate the
> actual Location property.

> >

>

> "Faisal" <Faisal> wrote in message
> news:20CCD69F-9D61-48BF-A1F1-41BC0353AC0B@microsoft.com...
> >I have created a new form region in meeting request form. I am using this
> > form with Visual Studio 2008. I want to get the location from my DB by
> > searching rooms and then populate the result in the Location bar of the
> > meeting request form. Require your help.


>
 
K

Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

#4
To repeat:

The Location property is just a string property, the actual Location

dropdown is not available to you. So you'd need to put your own list control

on the form region and have your users use that to populate the

actual Location property.

"Faisal" <Faisal> wrote in message

news:58BF4B37-A104-4C85-AC5F-CC6BB1C08554@microsoft.com...
> Well i think i was unable to explain my requirement.
> The DB will be my custom DB using SQL Server2005 and i will get the values
> by passing the dates to the DB and get the Free location during the
> interval
> provided.
> The result which i received on my Form Region which will be a meeting
> room.
> I need it to be placed on the master form Location textbox just by
> clicking a
> button or some other way.

> I hope its clear now. Apprecite your help.
 

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