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VB6 webclass designer not running in windows vista

Posted on 2007-03-21
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Has anyone tried developing/debugging WebClasses in Visual Studio 6, Service Pack 6 on Windows Vista Bussiness?

I was able to get VS6 and the Service Pack installed but I cannot debug IIS Applications.

If you create a brand new IIS Application in VB6 and try to run you get a message box "An unspecified error has occurred", the title of the box being "WebClass" designer.

I have installed IIS on Vista.

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I called Microsoft and they told me that VB6 ist not supported any more.
I have to install a dual boot system and maintain the code under Windows 2000. Am I happy? No!

Regards

Martin
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