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Access to .NET/Crystal Reports Converter  
Our converters can easily convert your Access forms and reports into web-ready ASP .NET forms and Crystal Reports as well as VB6/VB.NET/VC# .NET WinForms. Please view the converted sample reports and forms at our web site or check our trial demo out.
Submitted: Aug 07, 2004
Black Dirt Software  
Black Dirt is the Creator of Convert for converting Visual Basic Forms into Java and runs a community dedicated to promoting Java for VB programmers.
Submitted: Jun 14, 2000
Visual Basic to Java Migration  
SetVB2Java is an easy-to-use component for migration of Visual Basic Forms and UserControls into pure Java Source Code (Swing Style).
Submitted: Mar 12, 2006
Diamond Edge  
Diamond Edge is dedicated to keeping Applet Designer the best VB to Java Converter. Convert your Access Forms and code to Java with Access Converter.
Submitted: Jul 03, 2000
CodeColorizer  
CodeColorizer can convert your Active Server Pages, C/C++, Clipper, Delphi/Pascal, HTML, Java, JavaScript and Visual Basic source code to colorized (syntax highlighted) HTML documents. Colorized source code is easier to read and can help to document, learn, understand, debug, print and publish source code.
Submitted: Jul 01, 2000
Recordset converter Library  
Recordset converter is a library for converting DAO or ADO recordsets to MDB or DBF files. It enables direct binary output of MDB or DBF files from ASP pages with one row of code. The object also supports on-the-fly compression by zip/arj.
Submitted: Jul 04, 2000
Access2Crystal  
Converts Microsoft Access Reports into Crystal Report equivalents. Will convert most formulas, subreports, headers, footers, groupings, sort orders and much more.
Submitted: Oct 04, 2005
Relativity Technologies  
Relativity Technologies is specialized in legacy to e-Business transformation with RescueWare, which transformation COBOL based applications to modern e-Business platforms, such as Java, C++, and Visual Basic.
Submitted: Jul 08, 2000



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