Skip to main content

Migrating VB 6.0 to VB 2005 - Useful Links

1. Visual Basic 6 Resource Center.

2. Upgrade Resources for Visual Basic 6.0 Developers can be found at the Visual Basic 6 Resource Center – Next Steps.This section provides resources on how to upgrade from Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET and Visual Basic 2005, including best practices and procedures.

3. Upgrade wizard for VB 6.0 to VB.NET

4. Upgrading to Visual Basic 2005

5. Upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 Applications to Visual Basic .NET and Visual Basic 2005

6. Visual Basic 6.0 Upgrade Samples. Download this set of four code samples that demonstrate techniques for upgrading from Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET.

7. Move from other Web technologies to ASP.NET.

8. Upgrading Visual Basic 6.0 Applications to Visual Basic .NET and Visual Basic 2005 Guide. This guide is to provide you with the information you need to upgrade an application from Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET.

9. Visual Basic 6.0 to Visual Basic .NET Upgrade Assessment Tool. This tool is to analyze your Visual Basic 6.0 projects to determine what issues you will need to address to be able to upgrade. It also provides information about where to get help understanding each issue and the types of skills needed to address them.

10. Preparing Your Visual Basic 6.0 Applications for the Upgrade to Visual Basic 2005. This document provides recommendations for Visual Basic developers planning to upgrade their applications to Visual Basic 2005. It includes information on the Visual Basic 2005 Upgrade Tool and discusses architectural guidelines for enabling a smooth upgrade from Visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic 2005. (26 printed pages).

11. Free Book (VB 6.0 to VB.NET 2003 but still useful for VB 6.0 to VB.NET 2005) - Upgrading Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET.

12. Using Visual Basic 6.0 and Visual Basic 2005 Together. Complete migration or upgrading of code is not always the best solution for Visual Basic 6.0 applications. Using the COM Interop features built into the .NET Framework, you can make Visual Basic 6.0 and Visual Basic 2005 work side-by-side in the same application in a process called VB Fusion. The VB Fusion section of VBRun, the Visual Basic 6.0 Resource Center provides more details, or you can check out the overview article, Visual Basic Fusion: Best Practices to Use Visual Basic 6 and Visual Basic .NET Together.


13. Watch presentations on ASP.NET 2.0 from the experts that know it best. We have dozens of hours of video to help you learn ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer.

14. Microsoft .NET Framework SDK QuickStart Tutorials.

15. Move from other Web technologies to ASP.NET.

16. Learn ASP.NET

17. ASP.NET and other web cast, best way to learn .NET.


    The Fastest, Easiest way to learn DotNetNuke! Free Trial Lessons!!


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

SharePoint WebPart Error - Unable to add selected web part (s) – MOSS 2007

ISSUE: Recently I faced this issue that when I try to deploy my WebPart.  Unable to add selected web part(s). WebPartName: Cannon unregister UpdatePanel with ID ‘ctl00RTMPanel’ since it was not registerd with the ScripManager. This might occure if the UpdatePanel was removed from the control tree and later added again, which is not supported. Parameter name: updatePanel.   I faced this issue twice and both the time the issue was not what display here. This could be sure to any error in the WebPart. Following are list resolution from multiple instances.   RESOLUTION: 1. Check the WebPartName.webpart file. Check whether you have a proper PublicKeyToken value. When I face the issue the value was PublicKeyToken=$PublicKeyToken$. If you have used WSP builder then in the Visual Studio you will find this file at \WebPartsProject\12\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\WebPartName\WebPartName.webpart. Sometime when you create a new WebPart using WSP builder then you do not get

TIME – 25 Best Blogs of 2009

Every year Time makes a list of best blogs in the world. They chose 25 blogs from millions of blogs in the world, spanning politics, housekeeping, astronomy and everything in between. Below if a direct link to the TIME website for the list. I also copied it to easy comparison of last year best with this year best blogs.   25 Best Blogs of 2009     25 Best Blogs 2008   25 Best Blogs of 2009 Talking Points Memo The Huffington Post Lifehacker Metafilter The Daily Dish by Andrew Sullivan Freakonomics BoingBoing Got2BeGreen Zen Habits The Conscience of a Liberal: Paul Krugman Crooks and Liars Generación Y Mashable Slashfood Official Google Blog synthesis bleat /Film Seth Godin's Blog Deadspin: Spor

Howto Run Your HTML Static Website Locally In IIS On Windows PC

WHAT & WHY: As a developer many time you may wish if you could run your static HTML website locally on your computer (Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2008). Although with Static website, you could easily download and double click the index.html or home.html file to open and run other pages. But this will not give you the real world senario. For example you will not able to use a path like /images/home-page-banner.jpg. You will have to use a relative paths like ../images/home-page-banner.jpg. Following are very easy steps to do so. These steps are for Static HTML website. I will also post steps for more advance websites that uses ASP, ASP.NET, Dotnetnuke etc and uses database server.   WHAT YOU NEED: 1. IIS Server installed on your local machine 2. FTP username, password to download files form your FTP server 3. Administrative rights on local machine. Many task will display messages requesting Administrative privilege to run the task.    STEPS: 1.