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Warbird November 26th, 2004 12:32 PM

stupid question
 
I am sure there is no way to do this but I thought I will ask. I have .Net Standard for VB and the only way I have found that I can create a class project (dll) is to create it in VB6 and then upgrade. Is there any way to add project templates to the standard version?


Imar November 26th, 2004 02:54 PM

Isn't the Class Library project available in the New Project dialog in VB.NET standard?

Imar

Warbird December 1st, 2004 01:52 PM

No sir it is not. Web forms, window forms, console programs and a few others, class library is NOT an option. That is why I was asking, it gets a little tiresome to keep doing a VB-6 DLL (even just to create it) then run the upgrade wizard in order to start a .net Class project. At this point the cost for me to upgrade from standard to enterprise is out of my reach.


Imar December 1st, 2004 04:59 PM

Right, I didn't know that. I have the EA edition through my MSDN subscription, so I didn't know what project types are available in what version.

I am afraid upgrading the projects by hand, or upgrading VS.NET are indeed your only options....

Cheers,

Imar
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Warbird December 6th, 2004 08:36 PM

Thanks, I just wanted to make sure there was not another way to do it.


aravwind December 7th, 2004 06:57 AM

Am using .NET 1.1 version
and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 tool.
am opening using this visual studio .NET 2003 only.
Like this... Here,

File-->
    New-->
       Project-->
<Project Types> Visual Basic Projects
<Templates> Class Library

katsarosj December 7th, 2004 09:33 AM

Quote:

quote:Originally posted by aravwind
 Am using .NET 1.1 version
and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 tool.
am opening using this visual studio .NET 2003 only.
Like this... Here,

File-->
    New-->
     Project-->
<Project Types> Visual Basic Projects
<Templates> Class Library



You have a different version than Warbird. He doesn't have those options in the Standard version of Visual Studio.

J


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