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Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET w/accompanying CD-ROM download epub

by Michael James Bond,Ian Oliver,Ed Robinson


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This book is a complete technical guide to upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6 applications to Microsoft Visual . This book offers some indispensable advice on making this transition go smoothly.

This book is a complete technical guide to upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6 applications to Microsoft Visual Basic. The authors first establish the reasons why Microsoft chose to break literally millions of lines of code with the new. This book is an essential reference for the millions of Visual Basic 6 programmers who are considering moving up to Visual Basic. Скачать (chm, . 2 Mb). Epub FB2 PDF mobi txt RTF.

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This book is a complete technical guide to upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6 applications to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, it covers all aspects of upgrading from APIs to ZOrders. This book includes chapters on fixing upgrade issues with forms, language, data access and COM+ Services. It also shows how to add value to an upgraded applications with XML Web services.

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Many people call moving a program from classic VB to dot-net an upgrade path. Perhaps that's what it is, but it certainly isn't an easy path. Microsoft did a thorough job of killing classic VB in their implementation of VB.NET and they left no direct way of transporting programs written in VB5 or VB6 to the new net platform. The differences in the old and new platforms are huge and many functions have been dropped from classic VB. In most cases the upgrade turns out to be a complete re-write. The author of this book makes it plain that an upgrade should only be done when there is sufficient reason for doing so, and it is not something to be done on a whim. In most cases it's better to leave a working program alone than to risk the conversion. Since this book does contain some information on things that must be done to convert a program I'm giving it three stars; however, the process itself is so problematic that there is little reason to buy a book like this as you'll probably never make use of it. I can't say I would recommend this book to anyone, but if you are determined to attempt an upgrade you'll probably need it. I have a sizable program that I wrote with VB-6 and which I fancied re-doing in net, but after running the upgrade wizard from Microsoft and then perusing this book I have abandoned that idea. There are just way too many differences between VB-6 and VB.NET and I don't have the time or motivation to learn VB.NET. VB-6 will be supported for the life of Windows-8 and it's possible that VB.NET won't be around much longer than that with the computing landscape changing the way it is, so I am going to stay the course and remain with VB-6.
Benn
Book arrived as indicated in condition indicated.
inform
This is a great book for all of us to have to pass trough VB.NET.
Excelent material and giudance.
Murn
Struggling to convert legacy VB6.0 code to Microsoft Visual VB2008 and this book has been extremely helpful. It is very comprehensive.
Frostdefender
When I first got this book, I did not think I would like it very much. After all, how much can one write on upgrading from Visual Basic to Visual Basic .NET?
While I believe most people will rewrite rather than upgrade, having experienced the wizard's decisions, this book has a lot of good advice to both make this an easier task and to make the right decisions in your current code if you have ever thought of upgrading.
While you expect this book to have a good deal on Interop, the gem here is the great explanation of remoting. While web services are the talk of the town, the ability to create server to server communication without creating another layer, is very important. For me, this section, alone, was worth the price of the ride.
For most, the upgrade information will be the most important, which should come as no suprise. If you are currently writing Visual Basic 6, you can learn a lot about setting up your own code to make sure it does not become legacy code when you move to .NET. Even more important, however, is the fact that following these suggestions will help you create better apps, as the suggestions for your current code are good suggestions whether the code will be upgraded or not.
One more nice gem before I sign off. The section on creating global components in .NET is wonderful. While most of your .NET apps are designed to sit in their own directories, knowing how to create shared components is very important for Enterprise development. If you are developing in .NET currently, this section details how to set up your own global components; this is an area where the documentation is a bit slim, so it makes a nice selling point for current .NET developers.
Sharpmane
It's a great book, however it is now free from microsoft at:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/ms788236

October 24, 2014
Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET w/accompanying CD-ROM download epub
Programming
Author: Michael James Bond,Ian Oliver,Ed Robinson
ISBN: 073561587X
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: Microsoft Press (January 5, 2002)
Pages: 547 pages