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at work we have a software package called VisionWare. I think it is made by Kronos, and uses Oracle for it's database. Our version ( 5.0.6 ) is only supported for WinXP.
I was wondering if anyone has this software and if so, if you were able to get it to run on windows 7?
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You can try Windows 7 in XP Mode.
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I suggested it to them but for some strange reason my boss and team leader doesn't want to use XPmode?
I think it's strange because it works so well, and seems perfect for a case like this.
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Works very well and if you read the comments from M$ it was developed for that purpose (to provide platform for legacy XP third party applications)
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thank you
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