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Johan Kwaspen: Hello X#

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1 year 6 months ago #1 by Johan Kwaspen
Johan Kwaspen: Hello X# was created by Johan Kwaspen
Dear X# Users,

I'm Johan Kwaspen and usually program in SAP ABAP, but sometimes I have to create programs for Windows and then I use VO28.
But now there is X#, I want to convert all my VO programs to X# as soon as possible. (20 sources)
In the near future, I need a larger project that will have to maintain different SQL tables,
and of course I want to do this in X#.

Little basic question:
I understand that you first need a Visual-Studio 2017 license, and an X# license.
What version of Visual Studio do you recommend to me?

Congratulations to all who have worked on this project!

Kind regards,
Johan Kwaspen
Belgium

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1 year 6 months ago - 1 year 6 months ago #2 by Karl Faller
Replied by Karl Faller on topic Johan Kwaspen: Hello X#
Johan,
welcome! Now there are two Johans in the forum ;)
* Get you the 1.0.1 version from the download section. It comes with Xide, an IDE similiar to VO and IMO a joy to use.
(* if it has to be VS, get you the (free) community edition of VS 2017 from MS.
* install VS)
* install X#
* start playing...
* start VoXporter tool targeted to your simplest Vo-aef.
* look for the outcome
* if there's any problem, feel free to ask.

HTH
Karl
Last edit: 1 year 6 months ago by Karl Faller. Reason: wording

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1 year 6 months ago #3 by Wolfgang Riedmann
Replied by Wolfgang Riedmann on topic Johan Kwaspen: Hello X#
Hi Johan,

you will see, X# is a big step forward in SQL access compared to VO.

And if you know VO, I would recommend using XIDE - the IDE that comes with X# and is written entirely in X# itself. It is easier to master, specially if you have VO programs or if you need to build WinForms applications. And it is very similar to the VO IDE.

Wolfgang

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1 year 6 months ago #4 by Rene J. Pajaron
Replied by Rene J. Pajaron on topic Johan Kwaspen: Hello X#
Hi,

I am working on both VS 2015 and 2017 due to the need to adjust to some third party lib we have that does not work on 2017. When I installed X#, it is installed on both 2015 and 2017. So, I think both are well supported. But for now, I will work on X# on 2015 and later will move to 2017 when our third party lib is upgraded to newer versions that support the latter.

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Rene

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Rene Pajaron

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1 year 6 months ago #5 by Johan Kwaspen
Replied by Johan Kwaspen on topic Johan Kwaspen: Hello X#
Dear

Thanks for the quick response, after the holiday I get started with X #.

Have a nice holiday!

Johan Kwaspen

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