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will.crichton
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Raster Design COM Reference in 64 bit 2012

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06-06-2013 10:35 AM

 

I am having issues with the Raster Design reference in my 64 bit .NET application...

The reference in not getting imported as 64 bit. I have experimented with a number of options for defining the reference but it always comes in as 32 bit.

 

I have tried defining the reference as COM.

 DefineAsCOM.jpg

 

ReferenceProperties.jpg 

 

When I browse the results in the Object Browser it shows the incorrect type of int for a number of critical object Id properties:

 

ObjectBrowserCOM.jpg

 

I have also tried to create the Raster Design reference using the following techniques:

  • browsing to the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AeciIbCom.tlb file directly
  • building an assembly using tlbimp and the /machine:X64 switch and browsing to the resulting .dll

These both resulted in the same issue.

 

However if I use VS to view the tlb file directly in the object browser it shows the correct type for the object Id properties:

Drag and Drop C:\Program Files\Common Files\Autodesk Shared\AeciIbCom.tlb into VS.

ObjectBrowserTlbFile.jpg

 

Does anyone out there have a solution as to how to get the 64 bit Raster Design type library referenced correctly.

 

 

 

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