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Migrating Access to .NET

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Do you know of any developers that have migrated an application from
Access to .NET (ASP.NET or Windows Forms) using the NetEdge Refactor
Express Service?

I've been looking for white papers, case studies .... any evidence that
this service is valuable.

I want to know the following:

who has used this service
(http://www.netedgesoftware.com/proof.asp)
the number of Access forms, modules, views and tables in the Access
application
how you determined that the migration was successful (or not)
was it worth the cost
did you spend significant amounts of time adjusting the .NET code
after the migration was performed

Thank you.

Oct 13 '06 #1
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Solar Code wrote:
Do you know of any developers that have migrated an application from
Access to .NET (ASP.NET or Windows Forms) using the NetEdge Refactor
Express Service?

I've been looking for white papers, case studies .... any evidence that
this service is valuable.

I want to know the following:

who has used this service
(http://www.netedgesoftware.com/proof.asp)
the number of Access forms, modules, views and tables in the Access
application
how you determined that the migration was successful (or not)
was it worth the cost
did you spend significant amounts of time adjusting the .NET code
after the migration was performed

Thank you.
Take a look at these two items on my web site:

http://webpages.charter.net/bobalsto...20Internet.htm

and

http://webpages.charter.net/bobalsto...onSoftware.htm

Good luck. If you have success, please post back here.

Bob
Oct 13 '06 #2

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Solar Code wrote:
Do you know of any developers that have migrated an application from
Access to .NET (ASP.NET or Windows Forms) using the NetEdge Refactor
Express Service?

I've been looking for white papers, case studies .... any evidence
that this service is valuable.

I want to know the following:

who has used this service
(http://www.netedgesoftware.com/proof.asp)
the number of Access forms, modules, views and tables in the Access
application
how you determined that the migration was successful (or not)
was it worth the cost
did you spend significant amounts of time adjusting the .NET code
after the migration was performed

Thank you.
Any application worth migrating is worth re-writing.

(IMO)

--
Rick Brandt, Microsoft Access MVP
Email (as appropriate) to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com
Oct 13 '06 #3

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