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  1. #1
    Yosi Taguri Guest

    Getting ready to move to vb.net


    1. where can I find "how to's" on how to prepare right towards moving my code
    to vb.net...
    2. I'm infront of developing a big project in vb & Com+ . how should I prepare
    right with .net in mind...

    thnx, yosi



  2. #2
    Michael \(michka\) Kaplan Guest

    Re: Getting ready to move to vb.net

    Well, you ccould try reading some of the posts here. Backwards compatibility
    and migration are NOT things that VB.NET does well. You will be doing a
    great deal of rewriting and possibly re-architecting, as well.

    --
    MichKa

    random junk of dubious value at the
    multilingual http://www.trigeminal.com/ and
    a new book on internationalization in VB at
    http://www.i18nWithVB.com/

    "Yosi Taguri" <shament@iname.com> wrote in message
    news:39e18396$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > 1. where can I find "how to's" on how to prepare right towards moving my

    code
    > to vb.net...
    > 2. I'm infront of developing a big project in vb & Com+ . how should I

    prepare
    > right with .net in mind...
    >
    > thnx, yosi
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Tom Guest

    Re: Getting ready to move to vb.net


    >2. I'm infront of developing a big project in vb & Com+ . how should I prepare
    >right with .net in mind...


    As unpopular as this will be, in this forum, I would be looking at all available
    technologies. That leaves a variety of choices.
    I would seriously look at the following:

    Apple WebObjects & Java
    JBuilder & Inprise Application Server
    Java Servlets & JSP
    IBM Visual Age for Java & WebSphere

    The troubling aspect of using the MS products is your application becomes
    a "legacy" app using a "legacy" architecture in roughly a year. So, as it
    has been pointed out, you will have to rewrite at least some code.

    To me, the other technologies are stable and not undergoing a massive paradigm
    shift. This is a huge plus.

    Tom

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