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Viper and VisualBasic

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I have an application which would very much benefit from what's
described as "native XML" in Viper. It is written in VB6.
From what I read, I cannot use the "Native XML" features of VIPER

without converting the source code of my app to VB.NET. That cannot be
done because of the cost.

Have I interpreted the information available (from Boulder) correctly?
Is this the end of VisualBasic support for IBM products?

Stan

Apr 8 '06 #1
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28******@gmail.com wrote:
I have an application which would very much benefit from what's
described as "native XML" in Viper. It is written in VB6.
From what I read, I cannot use the "Native XML" features of VIPER

without converting the source code of my app to VB.NET. That cannot be
done because of the cost.

Have I interpreted the information available (from Boulder) correctly?
Is this the end of VisualBasic support for IBM products?

Stan

Stan ... you would get a faster response on Viper if you put your
question here:

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerwork...rum=842&cat=19

Larry Edelstein
Apr 8 '06 #2

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Thanks. Larry,

But that site has a message:

<<Our apologies

<<The IBM developerWorks Web site is currently under maintenance.
Please try again later.>>

SS

Apr 9 '06 #3

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