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.net requirements

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It looks like my company is going to be asking for more than just a few customizations for SE. Given that, I think I should begin to develop in .Net rather than VB6.


There appears to be many different "levels" of .Net. For SEprogramming purposes only, would Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition include all the tools I need? Or do I need to step up to Professional Edition?




Posted by: Bill Ledbetter
Post date: 3/15/2006 3:10:38 AM


RE: .net requirements

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Looking at the VS.NET Comparison Guide, I'd say if you're only doing Solid Edge programming, the Standard Edition should be fine. If you're going to be doing any database work, I'd suggest the Professional Edition.


Posted by: Jason Newell
Post date: 3/15/2006 3:31:43 AM