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    Controls

    [Originally posted by Steve Letford]

    When Upgrading from VB6, controls such as the listview aren't upgraded. My question is, is it advisable to then manually upgrade the code and replace the listview with the VB.Net version or is it OK to just carry on using the VB6 version.

    Thanks for any advice.

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    Re:Controls

    [Originally posted by LeeBardoe]

    Try This
    At The Run Command Type

    regsvr32 name.ocx or
    regsvr32 name.dll

    change the name to the control or dll name

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    Re:Re:Controls

    [Originally posted by Steve Letford]

    Not too sure what you mean with this reply, I'm talking about a vb6 project that has been upgraded to vb.net and still kept the old control. Microsoft have stated that they do this so that the old code still works. My question is related to best practices. Do I carry on using the old control or manually migrate my code to use the new .net listview control.

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