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I need to bring a VB form to be displayed in a web page. Is that possible? If so, wat should i do?

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by:Ebron
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by:CarlJWhite
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you can use visual basic documents (.vbd), although i dont think they are supported by microsoft anymore and I wouldnt recommend using them. just to let you know...
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go to VB.Net. Windows forms cannot be migrated directly to Web Forms but if you carefully split your layers (data - business - presentation) it won't be to difficult.
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by:damion69
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You can do this with active x right?
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FYI, ActiveX cannot be runned in Netscape.
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Why do you need exactly the vb form in the page?
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please maintain

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Thanks, emoreau  for your help here.

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