101 – Programming Payroll System Using Visual Basic 2008 and MySQL Database

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Welcome to Programming Payroll System! A Step by step guide designed to help you learn how to program the most common features of a Payroll System Using Visual Basic 2008 or 2010.

This guide covers the basic of Employee Management Information System, Basic Pay Enrollment and Set Up, Company Loans and Cash Advances, Auto Determination of SSS, Phil-Health and Pag-ibig Contribution, and the Common Payroll Reporting.

This tutorial will take you through simple and practical approach while learning Payroll System programming. Before you start, I’m making an assumption that you already install Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 or Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and XAMPP 1.7.4.

Stages of Programming Payroll System Using Visual Basic 2008:

  • 102 – VB.Net Graphical User Interface for Payroll System
  • 103 – Database Design in MySQL for Payroll System using XAMPP 1.7.4 Server Application
  • 104 – Managing Employee Information for Payroll System
  • 105 – Managing Payroll System Module: Connecting to the Database
  • 106 – Managing Payroll System Module: MySQL Query for Select Statement
  • 107 – Managing Payroll System Module: MySQL Query for Insert, Update, Delete Statement
  • 108 – Managing Payroll System Module: Visual Basic Application for Insert Statement
  • 109 – Managing Payroll System Module: Visual Basic Application for Update Statement
  • 110 – Managing Payroll System Module: Visual Basic Application for Delete Statement
  • 111 – Managing SSS Contribution for Payroll System: Table of Contribution and Graphical User Interface
  • 112 – Managing SSS Contribution for Payroll System: System Module
  • 113 – Managing PhilHealth and Pag-Ibig Contribution for Payroll System
  • 114 – Managing Basic Pay, Position and Contribution for Payroll System

Sample Payroll System Using Visual Basic 2008

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