Windows forms controls to reduce the development time of database applications. Written in C# includes a server a control which provides access to network servers and installed instances of SQL server and SQL source component for executing SQL statements, there are TextBox, ComboBox, ListBox, Label, GridView, Buttons and TreeView and TreeNodes with additional properties. There is also a ControlAgent to manage groups of these controls and process button action requests, move to next field if allowed. All lizard controls except the label and server control have an SQL source control which allows you to see the Table names of a catalog and the fields for the table in the property grid of the Visual Studio IDE. Drop a server control on your form, set the connect property to true and get a list of server names and installed instances of SQL Server /SQLExpress. Connection string is automatically generated based on the properties you select. Loading a list box is as simple as setting the table name, id field name and field name properties at design time or run time or give an SQL select statement at runtime. Load the grid view by giving a list of fields (design and runtime), a where clause(optional) and order by clause(optional), column totals can be calculated by giving the fields to calculate and the format to use. The tree views tree node can be assigned one of the lizardControls in its node object property, this allows you to the object under the tree node when clicked, it can be a gridview, tree view, list box or a combo box.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||1.59 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 2000 Windows 2003 Windows Vista Windows XP Windows|
|System Requirements||Visual Studio 2005, .NET Framework 2.0, SQL Server/SQLExpress|