Dot.Net Migration of Powerbuilder and our software migration
At this point, we are at a crossroad in our software developpement.
We work with powerbuilder since 1997 and follow all evolutions of it.
And, now, we are preparing to get the road, with sybase, of Dot.Net
technology, and, we study which is the better manner to do that.
Currently our conclusions distinguish 2 main way :
- First, rewrinting our framework and our sofware with datawindow.net
technology. Visual Studio 2005 is a very good ans stable IDE, the
integration of datawindows.net is really good, but it's a very hard work
time for it.
- Second, f...How to migrate code from vb.net to c#.net?
Hi all,If anybody knows information on migration of VB.Net application to C#.net.
i.e Any tools available, best practices, methodology for estimation. etc.
Take a look at this topic http://forums.asp.net/t/1100603.aspxMaybe some of these sites can be of help to you.
you can do it by page by page
just copy and paste ur page in the following link
and convert ur vb.net to c#
gotcha!!YasserSpica.www.spica.aewww.bncnetwork.netPlease remember to mark as answers i...Migrate code from vb.net to C#.net
I had created a web site using visual studio 2005. web site was created using the language vb i.e. VB.net. Now as per the clint requirement I have to migrate all the code in C#. So the question is that is there any tool or any inbuild utility in Visual Stuidio so that we can migrate the site from vb.net to C#.net. Or we have to do it mannually i.e. by changing each and every line of code mannually? Kindly suggest me.
Thanks & Regards
Girish NehteThanks & RegardsGirish NehteIf This post helps you to solve your problem please mark this as an answer.
at the mome...Migration from .net Version 1.4 to .net 2005
I am a beginner in .net programming, i have a problem pls help me to sort out this the question is given below.
A web application developed using c#.net version 1.4 while converting this application into .net 2005, what happens to "project name.DLL" and "projectname.PDB", Is this file not required
Thanks in advance
By default with VS 2005 Web Site Projects, a projectname.dll file isn't created when you do a build. Instead, you should select the Build->Publish Web Site menu option to compile and generate a built solution.
Hope this ...Migration VS.Net 2003 to VS.Net 2005
I want to migrate to framework 2.0.Questions :1) Can i use Vs.Net 2005 and framework 2.0 with Sql Server 2000 ? or must i migrate too 2005 2) I read in some forums there is some problem to migrate vs.net 2003 solutions/project to 2005, It's right ?3) Is it necessery to modify a lot of c# code (deprecate, ...) ?4) Can i work both Vs.Net2003 framework 1.1 ans Vs.net 2005 framework 2.0 on the same development machine ?Thanks. Patrick Ducret
1) Yes you can. You can use SQL2000 from .NET 2.0 as you did from .NET 1.x. SQL2005 just has some additional features to offer.
2) It can be if...Migrating from VS.NET 2003 to VS.NET 2008
We are getting ready to start migrating all our applications from Visual Studio 2003 to Visual Studio 2008. Is anyone aware of any direct conversion issues? Also. a lot of our 1.1 apps use datatables as the datasource can we still do this in 2008?
Yes you can.I have done some migration between 1.1 and 2.0 and there were some small issues but in general most of the things worked fine.For example Microsoft has changed the html validator in Visual Studio.also some events works a little different. If you share session cookie between some 1.1 and 2.0 (or) later apps you have to do so...Migration from .NET 1.1 to .NET 2.0
Well i hoped that the migrating went smoother then is does so far. I had a few problem which i could fix with blogs from other developers, but i didn't find a good solution for this problem. Somehow i get the following error:
"Make sure that the class defined in this code file matches the 'Inherits' attribute, and that it extends the correct base class"
Well i worked very good before the migration. Some advise would be very welcome!
Regards,Dennis van de Laarhttp://dennisv.net/Don't forget to mark the most helpful reply/replies as Answer.
Maybe this post will hel...Trying to understand...
Someone just hit me over 70 times inside 3 minutes on TCP ports over
63700 from 188.8.131.52. I dropped my connection and picked up a new
IP, but is there really anything other than an attempt to invade my box
that this kind of activity could be? Just trying to get an education...
> Someone just hit me over 70 times inside 3 minutes on TCP ports over
> 63700 from 184.108.40.206. I dropped my connection and picked up a new
> IP, but is there really anything other than an attempt to invade my box
> that this kind of activity could be? J...Migrate DataGrid .NEt 1.1 to .NEt 2.0
I has just convert my ASP.NET web application from .NET 1.1 to .NEt 2.0
so far there is no problem but my datagrid seems to be acting really weird
my datagrid has 3 columns and have paging enabled.
When there is one/two row of data.
The paging(which shows us the number of page) seems to have a column span of 1)
If i click on the second row of data.... the paging will have the column span of 3
This does not happen if there is more than 2 data
please go to the link for better clarification
http://ying...trying and trying
Name: otto de koningh
Product: Firefox Release Candidate
Summary: trying and trying
what a weird robot !! please refrain from using these horrendous figures
i like the motorcycle though shown on the add-ons page
i am having trouble because there is an unknown dump on firefox - never
encountered this ! your browser is otherwise top of the bill !!
from Firefox Setup 220.127.116.11 onwards in May 2006 Firefox has become a true
companion ! now with Firefox Setup 3.0 RC1 i have error reports ! how come ?
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (...To migrate or not to migrate...
I am currently working on a project that is written in PHP... Very poorly. I have to do a complete re-write. I can code in either language, so I am trying to determine if I should convert to .Net or not.
Is one really any more scalable than the other?
Is there a noticeable difference in speed between the compiled code and the interpreted code?
Is there a list of large, high-volume, commercial web sites (other than MS, of course) that run on .NET?
>Is there a noticeable difference in speed between the compiled code and the inte...Migration issues from VS.Net 2003 to VS.Net 2005
I have a ASP.Net 1.x web application developed using VS 2003. The language used for this application is VB.Net. When I tried to migrate to VS 2005 I am getting the list of errors and warnings as shown below. I have been trying the migration in a new machine which does not have VS 2003.
List of Error:
1. Expression of type 'String' can never be of type 'System.DBNull'.
List of Warnings:
1. The referenced component 'CDONTS' could not be found.
2. Cannot load type library for reference "CDONTS". Library not registered. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80...Problem with Project Migrating from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0
i am working in .net 1.1 and i am working on a web service. it 's working fine in .net 1.1 with vs2003 but when i migrated my WS from .net 1.1 to .net 2.0 i am getting System.FormatException while converting datetime from string using DateTime.Parse method. it was not happening earlier when i was using .net 1.1. My WS converted from vs2003 to vs2005 using a wizard and it doesn's shows a single error.
i did lots of googling on this issue but didnot gets any help ,
so any reply in the matter will be highly appericiable.
vishalsharma808...How to migrate from .NET V 1.0 to .NET v 2.0
I have a asp.net applicatin currently running with v1.1.4322, I want to migrate to v2.0.50727 .
I have run a "aspnet_regiss.exe -i". But it seems to be not enouft.
When i open a page i get a "The 'system.serviceModel/serviceHostingEnvironment' configuration section cannot be created".
And what about Visual Studio, I am using Visual Studio 2003. Does i have to change anything to make Visual Studio 2003 compile with version 2. And does i need to change somthing in machine.config ?
To get vs2003 to build the app for .NET 2.0, you need to upgrade to ...