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ORACLE FORMS TO ASP .NET CONVERTION

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Hello all.
I am looking for a tool to convert my oracle 6i forms and reports to a asp environment, that at the end will work under Sharepoint.
Any ideas, anyone?
Thanks
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I've been working with Oracle Forms for almost 20 years and I've never heard of an automated or commercial tool like this.  An organization that specializes in Oracle Forms upgrades and conversion is PITSS (www.pitssamerica.com).  They can convert Forms to Java, but for converting to asp, you may be on your own.
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This company reportedly makes a converter.

http://forms2net.atxsoftware.com/
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