Thanks to all who replied, we'll be experimenting with the suggestions.
On 4/4/08, Matthew Morley <WickedLogic@...> wrote:
> In the past I tried this within VB6 apps and using the script object seemed
> to cause Norton Anti-virus throw scripting alerts and halt execution until
> the user allowed it. Unfortunately it was a once-per application session
> type message with no way to `always allow`. In a distributed enterprise
> environment it was a scary concept, so we used a crippled json format that
> was simpler to parse.
> Never was able to pin it down, but it was reproducible and killed json as
> possibility for that project. I don't run Norton anymore so I cannot confirm
> if this is still the case, but wanted to share as something to check on. You
> can probably find my old posts on the topic. Hopefully the issue has gone
That would be a problem, in the long run, we're looking to ship this
> I have not seen a vb version of the parser, but based on the regex-less one
> posted recently, it should not be too bad to write if really needed.
Any chance you have a link to that?
> Matt (MPCM)
Bill Guindon (aka aGorilla)
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