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Converting VB application into web page.

Adithya Rayaprolu
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Joined: Jun 19, 2001
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Hi,
We have an application which is developed in VB. We have to change it to be webenabled, I mean, whatever we have done in VB, that should be now accessible thru internet thru webpages. Is there a way that we can directly call VB application and run it as an applet?
How do I implement a table whose columns change everytime I input a new data in one of the field?
I mean I have a table with 5 columns, I entered something in 1st row of 1st coulmn. Depending on this information, I have to get variable number of columns, say 20 columns with different data. How do I implement it on a webpage? There is an Add button in the form, on clicking which will add a new row in the above table. Please give me some ideas of how to do this.
Thanks a lot for your time in reading this and Thanks for the input.
Adithya.
Randall Twede
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Joined: Oct 21, 2000
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ive never heard of a browser plug in for running VB apps...doesnt mean it doesnt exist. first try a google search. im guessing your easiest conversion would be to write your web-app in VB Script. some things cant be done on the client side though.
[ November 19, 2002: Message edited by: Randall Twede ]

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