Migrating from VB6 to java

Posted on 2006-04-08
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Hi All,

We have our custom code built as DLLs using VB6. The front end is ASP and the database is SQL Server 2000. We want to migrate the tech stack to use J2EE technology, on Oracle Application Server. I was curious to see if there are any tools which automate/aid this migration. The major effort is in converting View layer from ASP to JSP and the business logic layer from DLL to Java based.

Thanks & regards,
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