Is there a checklist for a migration from a VB6 project to

We are moving a VB6 project to a language.  We are looking for a checklist of issues to consider as we make this migration.  i.e. start completely over, use the Microsoft migration tool, use a 3rd party vendor migration tool, etc.
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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
Although it depends on how complex the applications are that you want to convert, if at all possible I would consider rewriting the application rather than trying to convert because VB.Net is essentially a completely new language and very different to VB6.
If you have no choice over conversion consider using the following tool that is much better than Microsoft's own upgrade tool :

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I will agree with Paul. Re-evaluate and rewrite if feasible.
And remember that if you decide to rewrite the code, you're not stuck with just VB.Net. You could use whatever language that suits your needs best. Maybe even a cross platform language to widen your market.
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Not enough information to confirm an answer.
Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
Disagree that there is not enough information to constitute an answer as in my first comment #a40201850 the QA is advised to rewrite the applications in rather than converting. However I also advised of a tool to use if he still wanted to go through the conversion route.

My comment was also agreed with by two other experts.
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