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Can transfer my Web Application developed in VB6 (IIS Application) which talks to a SQL Server 2000 database to a Linux based Web Server, if so how?

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Question by:NarendraParekh
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You can't !

Sorry Pal, Linux use MySQL and does not support MS Sql.
But if you could convert you MS Sql Database to MS Access 2000 Database, some Linux configuration support VB IIS apps to be used with MS Access 2000 Db.

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