FoxPro 2.6a to .Net Conversion

  • Status Completed
  • Budget $750 - $1500 USD
  • Total Bids 46

Project Description

I am in need of a programmer who has superb software engineering skills. We have a FoxPro [url removed, login to view] (DOS version) medical billing and report generation application that I want replaced, and a [url removed, login to view] application created to replace it.

Presently our medical billing and report generation FoxPro application month-end process is half software executed and half manual FoxPro managed. This new .Net application will be completely push-button and will have button-push technology to replace command-window entered instructions. The FoxPro app and database will be replaced with .net and SQL server tables and other objects as needed.

Complete delivery will consist of a finished product that replaces the FoxPro [url removed, login to view] app and databases with .Net and SQL Databases, with SQL Server Reporting Services as the report engine. The output reports from our FoxPro app must be SQL Server RDL reports. The process of going live with this application must include a process where the data, one more final time, is re-imported from FoxPro into SQL, so that a smooth transition / turnover can be realized.

We are asking for the cost of a programmer to perform necessary analysis and create the app. No converter software will be used, no special 'tools' will be purchased. This being a work for hire, once we have final acceptance and final delivery of the app - by bidding on this project, you agree to destroy your work on our behalf.

You will be asked to sign a NDA. Once awarded, you will receive

Final SQL Database and user name wil be BillingAndReports, billingreportsuser.

We are using Visual Studio 2012 and SQL Server 2005. Delivery must compile and run in that environment.

You will be given a copy of the present FoxPro [url removed, login to view] app, the database tables, and the month-end instructions we use.

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