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    krishna Guest

    Inventory Management Application Using Classes in VB


    "Develop An Inventory Management Application Using Microsoft's Visual Basic"


    .....A Great Programming Resource....PCWORLD (Singapore)


    Introduction

    This book teaches how to develop an "Inventory Management Application" using
    VB.
    The Application developed can be used as a framework and extended to suit
    your own packages.
    As a student or a professional developer you can use this material to execute
    projects and with this
    domain knowledge you can play a key role in Projects in software companies
    and also get into the ERP
    development teams effortlessly. If you have a relative or a friend working
    on a project, or striving to prove
    themselves competetively, this book is a perfect gift. See the confidence
    grow, as one reads the book.
    Whether you are in the Commerce (CA, Banking, Insurance, Finance) or Computing
    (ERP, SAP, Oracle, VB,
    SQL Server, ITES, BPO) streams, knowing how database packages work can go
    a long way in building your
    career. No wonder, this book has been selected as a case study in innovation
    by NISIET
    (An Organization sponsored by World Bank & Govt. of India). This knowledge
    makes you stand apart among
    your collegues and peers.

    Briefly this book Teaches


    Developing An Inventory Management Application Using Classes
    Developing a Class to program Purchase Invoice, Sales Invoice, Purchase Return,
    Sales Return, Receipt Note, Delivery Note, Cash Purchase, Cash Sales
    How to develop a complete database application using Menus, Standard Modules,
    Database, Forms, Classes, and Reports ?
    How to develop a master form and link a form and a class ?
    How to develop a Class, including, declarations, property procedures, Class
    Inialize events, Terminate events and methods ?
    Why do we need a class ?
    How do we arrive at designing a Class template, including the attributes,
    and services ?
    What are the various data and data types which are entered in an Inventory
    application ?
    What are the fields each form updates in different tables in an inventory
    application ?
    The relationship between tables used in an inventory application?
    How to design a trasaction form ?
    How to accept user's input and display a report ?
    How to link text controls in a report to the recordset ?
    What are the formats and data to be displayed in trial balance, income statement,
    daybook, registers, general ledger, stock ledger ?
    Maintaining programmatic control in an application
    Secrets/Logics of developing an Inventory Management Application
    Validations to be included in an Inventory Management Application
    Developing QuickBooks, Tally like packages using Visual Basic
    Implementing the double entry system in an Inventory Application
    Saving Data into a Table after validations
    Useful to Businesses, which want to save on buying packaged software.

    For details on how to order, email us : vkpub@vsnl.net...Kiss Goodbye to
    expensive training programs


  2. #2
    karthik Guest

    Re: Inventory Management Application Using Classes in VB


    how to get this book, and any technical support
    karthik.P

    "krishna" <vkpub@vsnl.net> wrote:
    >
    >"Develop An Inventory Management Application Using Microsoft's Visual Basic"
    >
    >
    >.....A Great Programming Resource....PCWORLD (Singapore)
    >
    >
    >Introduction
    >
    >This book teaches how to develop an "Inventory Management Application" using
    >VB.
    >The Application developed can be used as a framework and extended to suit
    >your own packages.
    >As a student or a professional developer you can use this material to execute
    >projects and with this
    >domain knowledge you can play a key role in Projects in software companies
    >and also get into the ERP
    >development teams effortlessly. If you have a relative or a friend working
    >on a project, or striving to prove
    >themselves competetively, this book is a perfect gift. See the confidence
    >grow, as one reads the book.
    >Whether you are in the Commerce (CA, Banking, Insurance, Finance) or Computing
    >(ERP, SAP, Oracle, VB,
    >SQL Server, ITES, BPO) streams, knowing how database packages work can go
    >a long way in building your
    > career. No wonder, this book has been selected as a case study in innovation
    >by NISIET
    >(An Organization sponsored by World Bank & Govt. of India). This knowledge
    >makes you stand apart among
    > your collegues and peers.
    >
    >Briefly this book Teaches
    >
    >
    >Developing An Inventory Management Application Using Classes
    >Developing a Class to program Purchase Invoice, Sales Invoice, Purchase

    Return,
    >Sales Return, Receipt Note, Delivery Note, Cash Purchase, Cash Sales
    >How to develop a complete database application using Menus, Standard Modules,
    >Database, Forms, Classes, and Reports ?
    >How to develop a master form and link a form and a class ?
    >How to develop a Class, including, declarations, property procedures, Class
    >Inialize events, Terminate events and methods ?
    >Why do we need a class ?
    >How do we arrive at designing a Class template, including the attributes,
    >and services ?
    >What are the various data and data types which are entered in an Inventory
    >application ?
    >What are the fields each form updates in different tables in an inventory
    >application ?
    >The relationship between tables used in an inventory application?
    >How to design a trasaction form ?
    >How to accept user's input and display a report ?
    >How to link text controls in a report to the recordset ?
    >What are the formats and data to be displayed in trial balance, income statement,
    >daybook, registers, general ledger, stock ledger ?
    >Maintaining programmatic control in an application
    >Secrets/Logics of developing an Inventory Management Application
    >Validations to be included in an Inventory Management Application
    >Developing QuickBooks, Tally like packages using Visual Basic
    >Implementing the double entry system in an Inventory Application
    >Saving Data into a Table after validations
    >Useful to Businesses, which want to save on buying packaged software.
    >
    >For details on how to order, email us : vkpub@vsnl.net...Kiss Goodbye to
    >expensive training programs
    >



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