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    Mar 2004

    Cool help with vb6 program and webb (html)

    Hello !
    I've been "off line" for a while but now I'm up and running again.
    want to help others and maybe get help yourself.

    Now to the point:
    I have in my project a number of wireless transmitters (433Mhz) that send data (weather) to a receiver connected to an Arduino.
    the data from the transmitters is received by the receiver and fed into a VB6 program via the serial port (USB).
    everything works well and I also have a database (access) connected to the program that stores max and min values ​​2 times per day.

    in order to be able to see and maintain the vb6 program, I use TeamViewer to connect to the weather computer via the internet and can then see and check everything that happens.

    This is not a good way to access the vb6 program.
    What I want help with is, How do I get the VB6 program presented via the web (html)?
    How do I get the VB6 program to be displayed via a website?
    this website does not need to be able to display anything other than the vb6 program.
    I have room in the computer for it to be able to act as a web server.
    Help and advice please! I'm pretty good at programming but worse at html and web design.


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    Re: help with vb6 program and webb (html)

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