Our Access application is for emergency management eg fire, storm oil spill etc and is quite large 400 plus forms alone, we are access to .net conversion tools from [[url removed, login to view]] software will cut a lot of time off our redevelopment.
While we know access quite well within our level of expertise (we tend to use the wizards and then use only about 5% code for things such as after update event procedures etc.) however we are not proficient in VB/ c++ coding at all.
Basically in our Access application we have used a form/ sub form concept extensively where in all cases the main form is driven from the main table and sub forms linked by relevant fields eg Incident Name.
My question is rather than convert all the sub forms would it be simpler just to create flex grids as they appear to be fairly straight forward to construct and then open up another form from the slected row on the flex grid. We dont understand how to link a flex grid from a previous form based on one or two linked fields and would be interested in someone providing the example code which we can then leverage off alternatively the flex grid can be a subform (access terminology) of a linked main form we can provide both access forms and tables as examples and converted .ASPX files for contractor to work with to provide either or both methods
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.Net on Windows XP/2000 with SQL Server backend