absurdity wrote:Yep. Three years later, one would hope fewer people would be running legacy apps.
tanker27 wrote:There will always be Legacy apps. Businesses run legacy apps for years.....decades even.
bthylafh wrote:Not surprised that MS doesn't offer WinXP Mode any longer - it's a complete OS in a VM and XP loses all support in April '14. Better to pull off that band-aid now.
bthylafh wrote:Upgrade the database.
ChronoReverse wrote:Oh well, Windows 8 Pro comes with Hyper-V so just use that?
just brew it! wrote:bthylafh wrote:Upgrade the database.
Preferably to something that doesn't have "Access" in its name, if you have the time and budget to do so.
Scrotos wrote:just brew it! wrote:Preferably to something that doesn't have "Access" in its name, if you have the time and budget to do so.
Our programmer is slowly migrating this junk from Access to .NET+MSSQL. Still, got a lot of these things and he'd rather migrate to that than to Access 2000.
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