It’s clear that in spite of the arrival of .NET, VB.Classic applications are still going to be around for a long time. Moving a company’s business applications from VB.Classic to VB .NET is simply not a cost-effective proposition in most cases, not to mention the problem with re-skilling whole IT departments. Fortunately, Microsoft realizes that it isn’t feasible to ask companies to abandon or migrate all of their legacy code, so they’ve provided a COM Interoperability (usually shortened to “Interop”) layer to allow cooperation between the managed and unmanaged worlds. This chapter discusses the debugging of the COM Interop layer between VB .NET and VB.Classic.
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