That lab was actually what I was following when I was trying to have VS
start AutoCAD. I cannot complete this step:
To test this in AutoCAD we can have Visual Studio start a session of
AutoCAD. Right click on "Lab1" in Solution Explorer and select "Properties".
In the Lab1 Property Pages dialog select "Configuration Properties >
Debugging. In the Start Action area, choose 'Program' under "Debug" and in
"Start applications" use the ellipses button and browse to acad.exe. After
changing this setting hit F5 to launch a session of AutoCAD.
The "Start Action" area is greyed out, including all of its constituents.
I cannot enable this option for any C# applications that I create. Anyone
know what settings I have to have in order to enable this?
"Laurence Skoropinski" wrote in message
Carlos, download the labs at
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=1911627 and in
lab1 there is information on how to set debug mode
"Carlos" wrote in message
I'd like to debug my applications using C#, AutoCAD 2005, and VS 2003, but
when I go to Project->Properties->Debugging the "Start Application" option
I feel like I've tried changing every setting in that thing, but it never
allows me to start in AutoCAD.