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*clintonG
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Did ADT 2004 support .NET?

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06-28-2006 02:24 PM
What if anything can be done when using ADT 2004?

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Re: Did ADT 2004 support .NET?

06-28-2006 04:24 PM in reply to: *clintonG
You can use the ActiveX API.

Regards - Nathan
*clintonG
Message 3 of 5 (76 Views)

Re: Did ADT 2004 support .NET?

06-29-2006 07:20 AM in reply to: *clintonG
Thanks Nathan. That's it? Any source of documentation? Am I correct to
assume then the ObjectARX help files for .NET being distributed by
csharpbird are not going to be useful unless I upgrade from 2004?

<%= Clinton

wrote in message news:5222336@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can use the ActiveX API.

Regards - Nathan
*Tim Riley
Message 4 of 5 (76 Views)

Re: Did ADT 2004 support .NET?

06-29-2006 08:26 AM in reply to: *clintonG
You will not be able to use csharpbird's ObjectARX help files. Pretty much
the only thing that will be usefull to use is acad_aag.chm located in the
/help/ directory of your AutoCAD installation and the .NET COM automation
docs from MSDN.
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Tim
http://tjriley.infogami.com/pyacaddotnet


"clintonG" wrote in message
news:5222779@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks Nathan. That's it? Any source of documentation? Am I correct to
assume then the ObjectARX help files for .NET being distributed by
csharpbird are not going to be useful unless I upgrade from 2004?

<%= Clinton

wrote in message news:5222336@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can use the ActiveX API.

Regards - Nathan
*clintonG
Message 5 of 5 (76 Views)

Re: Did ADT 2004 support .NET?

06-29-2006 08:54 AM in reply to: *clintonG
Good enough for now thank you.

<%= Clinton

"Tim Riley" wrote in message
news:5222899@discussion.autodesk.com...
You will not be able to use csharpbird's ObjectARX help files. Pretty much
the only thing that will be usefull to use is acad_aag.chm located in the
/help/ directory of your AutoCAD installation and the .NET COM automation
docs from MSDN.
--
Regards,
Tim
http://tjriley.infogami.com/pyacaddotnet


"clintonG" wrote in message
news:5222779@discussion.autodesk.com...
Thanks Nathan. That's it? Any source of documentation? Am I correct to
assume then the ObjectARX help files for .NET being distributed by
csharpbird are not going to be useful unless I upgrade from 2004?

<%= Clinton

wrote in message news:5222336@discussion.autodesk.com...
You can use the ActiveX API.

Regards - Nathan
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