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To Convert or not to Convert...Need guidance converting db from Access 97 to VB6

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I have just about finished a mammoth DB I have been working on for the past few months. It has been operational for 2 months now and I have been "tweaking" it ever since. Well tweaking time is over and I am ready to move on BUT!!! I am considering converting this to a stand alone runtime app created with Visual Basic 6. My questions are:

1) Is this possible?

2) What are the disadvantages?

3) What are the advantages?

4) Is the transformation and transition from MSAccess97 to VB6 easy or difficult? ie is it automated via wizards or is it a nightmare?

I need to know because I only have VB4 and don't want to upgrade to VB6 unless what I discuss is possible. (Unless all of this is possible with VB4...that may be an option)

Thanks in advance

ToddMac
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It is very easy... You will probably have to change only a few thing in order to get your application working...

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Please explain how this is very easy...I need more info
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What exactly do you want me to explain? You should try it.. it's difficult to explain without having the compiler in front of you or at least tried to see how everything works and stuff.....
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not too much sustance to the answer
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not too much substance to the answer
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thanks for the D... I appreciate it!!
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