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Which language to use ?

Hi all,

i started playing around with B1. Normally i come from the R3 platform using Abap / Abap Objects.

Now i plan to write some additional "small" Modules for B1.

Starting from scratch with these modules i want to know what language you use for this and why. We thougt about using :

C#, VB.NET, VB, Java.

Any comments about this ?

Henning

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 09:28 AM

    Hello Henning,

    I just want to precise that if you want to use Java, keep in mind that you won't be able to access to the application.

    With Java, you can access to the data, update them, create user table (I guess), but you can't load forms in the Business One application, add controls, you can't catch even.

    There is no User Interface (UI) for Java

    Between C# and VB.Net, I think it depends on how you are familiar with them.

    Sebastien

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 09:55 AM

    Well. I recommend using C# since it is where Microsoft puts it's focus.

    VB.net is definitively the best documented. If you don't mind writhing in VB.net the go a head.

    I do not recommend using Java.

    It is not fully supported.

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