I have a problem in VBA Subassembly ; BUT in this great group whit perfesional users nobady is'nt there can be resolve this question
I download VB-enabler for C3D2012 and setup that on pc
But other SubAssembly i made in C3D2010 dont work after load in C3D2012 and this error display within the Event viewer:
Warning Saturday, September 10, 2011 1:27:28 PM Roadway CMN Macro is unusable as VBA is not installed [C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\C3D 2012\enu\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSu
Warning Saturday, September 10, 2011 1:27:28 PM Roadway CMN [C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.CanalOutlet.CanalOutle
Warning Saturday, September 10, 2011 1:27:30 PM Roadway CMN Macro is unusable as VBA is not installed [C:\ProgramData\Autodesk\C3D 2012\enu\C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb!C3DStockSu
Warning Saturday, September 10, 2011 1:27:30 PM Roadway CMN [C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.CanalOutlet.CanalOutle
On my pc Both version C3D (2010&2012) are instaled
yes, there are a group of users who are willing to help (and are not payed for anything helping here), and so they do what they can.
What they don't be able:
When I do a request in this forum and I don't get an answer (you did it 3 times I think), I would not think of "nobody wants to help you", I would think of "seems to less info for the people outside my office".
So give them as much info as you can provide, upload a drawing, describe what you did/modified in 2010, .... and every more info makes it more possible for "the other side"
- alfred -
The 2012 program is looking for the file
then the module C3DStockSubassemblyScripts. and sub routine CanalOutlet.CanalOutlet and can not find it.
Maybe check it is at this location seeing it a .dvb 2012 may not have install it. So you will have to copy it from the 2010 install directory some where.
>> So you will have to copy it from the 2010 install directory some where.
Ohh be careful!
It's not just "copy a file", because within this dvb you have to change the references to the Civil3D2012-libraries!
It's not just "copy the C3DStockSubassemblyScripts.dvb from 2010 to 2012" because you my/will loose some modifications that where built in by Autodesk (or your country-kit-producer) (and I think there where modifications from 2010 to 2011!) .... PLUS: copying this DVB should be followed by checking the *.codes-files (within the same directory), because codes and dvb must match!
And last but not least: I don't find "CanalOutlet.CanalOutlet" in any of the DVBs, not in 2010 and also not in 2012, so that makes me think that some modifications were done to Civil3D-files. I would try to get that person, who did that for 2010, he/she should adapt it for 2012.
So make sure, before copying: Backup your files that are now installed!
- alfred -
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