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Old September 12th, 2010, 04:02 AM
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Default Software compatibility

hey..i just began wit vb..and thinking of building a small billing application..i have vb 2008 in my 64 bit os...so will the application run in xp (32bit).if yes then when should i think about it..during deploying the solution??? Need some urgent help dudes
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You can specify it when you develop the App (http://dotnetdud.blogspot.com/2010/0...ompatible.html)

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Thanx dude..i will try it..By the way, what will be the convenient way: using connection wizard to make connection to Sql or coding it away using ADO.NET??
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Default visual basic 2008 service pack 1

hey SQL server 2008 requires visual basic 2008 service pack 1...i found an iso file which abt 800 mb and an installer of only 300K. whats the diffrent between two
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