|Subject:||Re: Visual Studio .Net Versus Access|
|Posted by:||Scott M. (email@example.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 26 Feb 2008|
Only you can really answer the question as to whether you should switch. If
you can do what your clients want and "it ain't broke", don't fix it.
Moving to .NET has many advantages, but to get there, you'll need to
re-learn almost everything you've learned since VB .NET is not VBA and to
truly get the performance gains you would want, you'd need a solid
understanding of the .NET Framework.
I would only say that (IMHO) VBA and Access as a font-end was always
something I was leery of, even back when it was in its heyday. The
scaleability and portability baggage cost just always seemed to high a prive
to pay than creating stand-alone VB front-ends.
"Bret" <Br…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I've been an Access Developer for many years creating SQL backend and
> frontend programs for many companies. My question is this: Can someone
> speak to the pros and or cons of moving many of my projects to Visual
> / .Net environment. Access is such a user friendly tool as an interface
> SQL and also for forms and reporting, my customers are satisfied but I'd
> to know if I need to take it to this level. Obviously the primary benefit
> moving to web environment but beyond that I'd like someone to expound on
> I am neither for or against developing in this environment and have some
> Visual Studio and .Net experience.
Visual Studio .Net Versus Access posted by Bret on Tue, 26 Feb 2008