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vb.net interface with Micosoft message queue

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we are using micosoft message queue method passing message string between the processors
using vb6 in all of our applications.

we are in the process of planning to change (rewirte) vb6 into vb.net so our applciations can run
on 2008 server (window 7) R2.

anyone have any language syntax changes or sample code that we can refer to?

thanks

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there are many utilities around do perform automatic migration. you may want to check them out. else just get an eval version and compare the output to your existing vb6 code. should give you an idea.

http://www.vbto.net/ for starters.
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the answer is not really direct to my questions.  I will pass this one for now and set it to the side line.  will visit this later.  thanks anyway.
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