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  1. #1
    Jay Ward Guest

    VB7


    There are many changes that are coming to give us full OO capabilities in
    the next VB release.

    Do you think that we can design current projects with a view to conversion
    or are we going to have to make a clean sweep and redesign to get the most
    from new features?

    J

  2. #2
    deborah Guest

    Re: VB7


    Hi Jay -

    It depends on whether you really need the new features. You may want to write
    apps that don't need inheritance. So you would not want to redesign those
    for inhertitance just because you can!<G>

    What we are doing is to continue to do our applications as components. Our
    plan is to then leverage the inheritance features as needed with those components.

    With regard to the Web, we plan to continue to use ASP with the idea that
    we may want to rewrite them later with WebServices.

    Good luck!
    Deborah

    "Jay Ward" <jward@worldnow.com> wrote:
    >
    >There are many changes that are coming to give us full OO capabilities in
    >the next VB release.
    >
    >Do you think that we can design current projects with a view to conversion
    >or are we going to have to make a clean sweep and redesign to get the most
    >from new features?
    >
    >J



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