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 PostPost subject: Data in?        Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2007 7:02 am 
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Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:06 am

A friend of mine sent me this, what should he do?
>OK, here is today's problem.

I don't know if you got to see it at the star's club meeting, but I
have this model 938 spectrophotometer.
I called the factory and they told me the key code to get it out of
the loop and it works fine now.
and what it what it does, is take a sample reading , then transmits
62 lines of data , some lines blank and all lines contain alpha and
numeric data.
It comes out as rs232, set at 9600, 8,n,1
I put it into a keyspan rs232 to usb adaptor and plug it into my
notebook. it shows up on COM5:

I need to take all the data, add the date and time to it along with a
fixed reference number (scanner serial number) and than a record
number to IDing each set of data and then store it.

I then need to be able to get to the data by ID number.

How would you do it?
I am thinking of Access, but I don't know how to write the code to
suck in the serial data.
I am also trying wedge software.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Feb 03, 2007 2:26 am 
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Sat Aug 19, 2006 1:25 am


If this guy wants to use Access, using VB6 to decode the serial data and put it in a database would be pretty trivial (even for me, with my very poor Access experience). The Comm control could easily read the data from the serial port (through a USB adapter or not), then ADODC can add it into an Access database.

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