For big management systems id look into MS SQL.
Quite simple to connect and use with .NET.
Are you familiar with SQL queries? operations?
Not at all. Right after I made this post I set up a database and have queries to manage it. I also got the .dll that you need to link the SQL to your application.
I've yet to start to code the database into my program or link it somehow. That I have to do more research and figuring out.
If you like, I'd really appreciate to help me learn.
Reason why I'm learning databases is to expand my VB knowledge and I learn best by experience. I always wanted to learn this
I'm a self learner
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Before using .Net to handle your database, you should learn some SQL statements.
Go loop up a few tutorials and use a administration tool to connect to your database and execute some querys.
Later on, you will be able to execute these querys in .Net and retreive the data you want.
However, you should start learning SQL first.