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where should questions get asked


2007-01-10 09:22:08 AM
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Are these forums the right area to be asking technical questions for jbuilder 2007 ?
Or should I be going to a codegear newsgroup (after the spinoff)
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Re:where should questions get asked

dingfelder wrote:
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Are these forums the right area to be asking technical questions for
jbuilder 2007 ?

Or should I be going to a codegear newsgroup (after the spinoff)
For now, this is the best avenue. There are no CodeGear newsgroups as yet.
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Re:where should questions get asked

OK, just checking.
I have a brand new machine that I have just installed v2007 on and I am trying to make a clean break away from 2005 (I have not even reinstalled 2005 and am hoping not to do so)
I have a about 10 v2005 projects that I am trying to port into 2007, and need to get up to speed on 2007 ASAP as these are real world projects.
I have asked a couple of questions in the IDE area but there have not been responses yet, I will just have to be patient I guess.
Cheers,
Andy
"Kevin Dean [TeamB]" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >wrote:
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dingfelder wrote:

>Are these forums the right area to be asking technical questions for
>jbuilder 2007 ?
>
>Or should I be going to a codegear newsgroup (after the spinoff)

For now, this is the best avenue. There are no CodeGear newsgroups as yet.

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Re:where should questions get asked

dingfelder wrote:
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I have a brand new machine that I have just installed v2007 on and I am
trying to make a clean break away from 2005 (I have not even reinstalled
2005 and am hoping not to do so)
I have a about 10 v2005 projects that I am trying to port into 2007, and
need to get up to speed on 2007 ASAP as these are real world projects.

I have asked a couple of questions in the IDE area but there have not been
responses yet, I will just have to be patient I guess.
Unfortunately, many of us are also still feeling our way around JBuilder
2007. I only just started my first project with it this week, so I
personally am going to be a little light on the responses until I've
really ripped it apart.
--
Kevin Dean [TeamB]
Dolphin Data Development Ltd.
www.datadevelopment.com/
NEW WHITEPAPERS
Team Development with JBuilder and Borland Enterprise Server
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Re:where should questions get asked

Great being on the cutting edge :)
I sent a note to borland education asking about 2007 training availability, hopefully something will get put together soon for the asia/pacific region (New Zealand would be ideal)