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  2. VBU.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close...

    Hello Symantec User Session has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. ____________________________________________ Best Perdisco Assignment Help in Australia
  3. .dvb to vb.net

    Hi Shreenivas, The VBUC tool does not support dvb files as this is a proprietary AUTOCAD format so it's out of our control. Regards, OlmanQ
  4. .dvb to vb.net

    Hi Olman, Just like VBA in Excel, AutoCAD too has a VBA. Unlike Excel the project (the forms, modules, classes and a special class ThisDrawing) is stored in this file. Like a VB6 project it also stores the dll and ocx refences. I am unaware how the .dvb file can be read without AutoCAD application.
  5. .dvb to vb.net

    Hi, Could you please send me a vb6 sample including that file? I tried creating a vb6 project from scratch, then adding the attached dvb file, but VB6 is not able to add that file to a valid vb6 project.
  6. .dvb to vb.net

    I have some forms, modules and classes designed in VBA 6 in AutoCAD. These are stored in a file with extension .dvb. Is it possible to convert these to vb.net? I would like to try it out and for that I have created a sample .dvb file for purpose of trials. I am attaching the sample file for reference. TrimedDVB.dvb
  7. COM or no COM

    Thanks. This mostly answers the questions. You mentioned that the interop may bock some of tbe properties and functionality of the original Active-X. Does it also mean that the .Net equivalents are designed to retain all the properties and functionality of the original Active-X?
  8. COM or no COM

    Hi, The Visual Basic Upgrade Tool (VBUC for short) support the conversion of some COM/Activex components to .Net equivalents, however, it's possible some properties or methods may not be supported in .Net. At the end of the day an Activex is not a .Net component and given that VS.Net creates an interop wrapper to communicate the .Net Framework with the COM component in practice, some functionality of the Activex could cause memory-leaks. It is also possible some component design properties are not accessible in .Net. In regards with your second question, for a COM / Activex component to work in .Net, the in application must be compiled in 32 bits. If you want to have a 64bits app, yuou need to replace all COM functionality by .Net. Please let me know if you have any other question. OlmanQ
  9. COM or no COM

    While migrating from vb6 to vb.net we are offered a choice to use COM or not (i.e. use SS??? components). 1) What should be the deciding criteria? 2) Would the interop components work on 64bit Windows 10 professional?
  10. Some errors occured

    Please try this one: https://github.com/Microsoft/msbuild/issues/778 Regards, Olman
  11. Some errors occured

    I am also having this exact problem and using VS 2015 update 3. Tried going to the link above but the page is not found. Any updates?
  12. MultiDimensional Array with ArraysHelper

    Thanks Kevin, I'm glad to hear the issue is gone. As you mentioned, by just modifying the property return type would fix the issue. Cheers, OlmanQ
  13. MultiDimensional Array with ArraysHelper

    Hey Olman, Just discovered the small error - the class that in which the object is instantiated from has a property of a single dimensional array. It's now fixed, but I've attached snippet if you're still interested. Thanks, Kevin castArrayError.cs
  14. MultiDimensional Array with ArraysHelper

    Thanks Kevin, Could you please include the definition of mobjEmployeeL2.EmployeeArray in both languages VB6 and C#, and the definition of astrGridData in vb6? OlmanQ
  15. MultiDimensional Array with ArraysHelper

    Error occurs on line 74. Comments above, from line 69 -71. Thanks, Kevin VBUC_CastArray_Sample.cs
  16. MultiDimensional Array with ArraysHelper

    Hi Kevin, Could you send us a code sample where this error is happening? Please includes all variables definitions. Regards, OlmanQ
  17. When attempting to cast multidimensional arrays, I get the error, "Additional information: AIS-Exception. Cannot cast a System.String[,] to a System.String[]". This occurs in the ArraysHelper class, under the method, "public static TA CastArray<TA>(Array srcArray) where TA : class". The method works fine when passing single dimensional arrays.
  18. rs.Properties("Unique Table")

    Hi Michael, ADO.Net does not provide a direct way to achieve that, so the migrated code should be modified to get a similar result. As the ADORecordsetHelper inherits from a Dataset, the properties of that class could be used: Given rs is a ADORecordsetHelper you can try the following: DataRow rowDel=ds.Tables["table1"].Rows[<IndexOfTheRowToDelete>]; rs.Tables["table1"].Rows.Remove(rowDel); rs.Delete() Cheers, OlmanQ
  19. rs.Properties("Unique Table")

    Hi Olman, We populate the recordset with a join of table1 and table2. In some other place in code we need to delete the record from table1. In order to do it we use rs.delete. Without rs.Properties("Unique Table") = "table1" the recordset will delete the records from both tables and not just table1. Please let me know if it's still not clear. Thanks, Michael
  20. rs.Properties("Unique Table")

    Hi Michael, Could be that possible to give us more context about the code. Perhaps a small VB6 sample code. Regards Olman Q
  21. rs.Properties("Unique Table")

    Hello, VBUC didn't convert the code: rs.Properties("Unique Table") = "table_name" Do you have any recommendations how to handle it? Thanks, Michael
  22. License FAQ

    How do you get a license for the VBUC trial? This question comes up frequently. When you sign up for a trial, our bot will automatically send you a "welcome" email with a .lic file attached. You can save that file somewhere and browse to it from the licensing screen inside the VBUC. The license will let you TEST the VBUC on a VB6 project up to 10,000 lines of code. But sometimes the email gets blocked, or sent to a spam folder, because it has an attachment. You don't actually need the email at all. You can download the license directly from inside the VBUC licensing screen. This article explains how. Your only requirement is to use the same email address you used to sign up for the trial. That's how we index the database--if you use a different email address we won't be able to generate a license. If you need larger trial license, contact us. We can arrange for that in most cases but we need to understand the reason first.
  23. license fingerprint

    Hi Marco, Let's continue with this support via email. I'll contact you at the email indicated in your profile. Olman Q
  24. license fingerprint

    Hi Olman, I already had attached my the info of my license. Now, I hope you found it attached. regards marco
  25. license fingerprint

    Hi Marco, Thanks for the info. Our License department is asking for the license info. This cab be got from the VBUC in the menu Tools->License Info. If you can send me a screenshot that would help to track the info for that license. Regards Olman Q
  26. license fingerprint

    Hi Olman, the license is myne Marco De Carolis. As i told I get the license several years ago after bought a visual studio version. best ragards decarolis marco
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