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Posted on 1998-07-13
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I want to know how to roll-out Visual Basic 5.0 in an organization (ie installing, configuring, and integrating it with existing back-end, Operating System and Hardware requirements, training, development and testing procedure.)
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What exactly are you looking for, this is a pretty broad question?  Installation of VB5 is pretty simple, install it off the CD.  There is nothing to configure as far as VB5 install goes, it runs like any other program.  VB can be integrated with a whole bunch of back end products, and it all varies depending on the product you are using.  VB5 must be in a 32 bit Windows environment, which means Windows 95 or 98 or NT.  VB will run on any PC that has the Windows 32 bit environment.  There is probably a lot of training available in your area, just check the yellow-pages or a local college.  As far as development and testing goes, that is usually shop specific, but check your local bookstore for some VB books, and I suggest the Microsoft Windows Standards book for creating the user interface.
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