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porting from power builder to C# .Net

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I'm starting a new project which involves taking a existing application
built in Power Builder and implementing it C Sharp dot Net. The
current application uses 250 database tables and my customer wants to
keep all the remaining business logic the same. I'm the Business
Systems Analyst (BSA) on the project. I've developed my own SDLC
methodology over the past couple of years based on the Rational Unified
Process (RUP) which can be found at www.MonsterSDLC.com .

Anyone have any good ideas as to how to go about tackling this type of
project?

Bira Rai

Jul 2 '06 #1
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In article <11*********************@h44g2000cwa.googlegroups. com>,
<bi*****@gmail.comwrote:
>I'm starting a new project which involves taking a existing application
built in Power Builder and implementing it C Sharp dot Net. The
current application uses 250 database tables and my customer wants to
keep all the remaining business logic the same. I'm the Business
Systems Analyst (BSA) on the project. I've developed my own SDLC
methodology over the past couple of years based on the Rational Unified
Process (RUP) which can be found at www.MonsterSDLC.com .

Anyone have any good ideas as to how to go about tackling this type of
project?

Bira Rai
Off topic. Not portable. Cant discuss it here. Blah, blah, blah.

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Jul 2 '06 #2

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On 2 Jul 2006 08:07:52 -0700, bi*****@gmail.com wrote in comp.lang.c:
I'm starting a new project which involves taking a existing application
built in Power Builder and implementing it C Sharp dot Net. The
current application uses 250 database tables and my customer wants to
keep all the remaining business logic the same. I'm the Business
Systems Analyst (BSA) on the project. I've developed my own SDLC
methodology over the past couple of years based on the Rational Unified
Process (RUP) which can be found at www.MonsterSDLC.com .

Anyone have any good ideas as to how to go about tackling this type of
project?

Bira Rai
This group discusses the C programming language. Power Builder is not
C. C# is not C. Go away.

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Jul 2 '06 #3

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bi*****@gmail.com wrote:
I'm starting a new project which involves taking a existing application
built in Power Builder and implementing it C Sharp dot Net.
.... snip ...
Anyone have any good ideas as to how to go about tackling this type of
project?
Ask in a C# or Power Builder group.

Jul 2 '06 #4

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bi*****@gmail.com writes:
I'm starting a new project which involves taking a existing application
built in Power Builder and implementing it C Sharp dot Net. The
current application uses 250 database tables and my customer wants to
keep all the remaining business logic the same. I'm the Business
Systems Analyst (BSA) on the project. I've developed my own SDLC
methodology over the past couple of years based on the Rational Unified
Process (RUP) which can be found at www.MonsterSDLC.com .

Anyone have any good ideas as to how to go about tackling this type of
project?
You'll need to ask in a forum that discusses C# rather than C.

One of the followups you got was from one of our more obnoxious
trolls, Kenny McCormack. Please ignore him, and don't judge this
group by his behavior.

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Jul 2 '06 #5

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