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*GPaolo
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acdbmgd.dll & acmgd.dll autocad 2007

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06-30-2006 05:35 AM
I have a net dll that work with ACAD2006 now i want recompile it for
ACAD2007 but when i reference the new library i obtain an error.

impossible add a reference to "c:\programmi\autodesk\mdt 2007\acdbmgd.dll"
etc.....(is in italian)

i use vb.net 2003
Thank's in advance
GPaolo


P.S.
On the same machine i have also ACAD2006.
*Norman Yuan
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Re: acdbmgd.dll & acmgd.dll autocad 2007

06-30-2006 06:54 AM in reply to: *GPaolo
For Acad2007, I believe, you need VS2005, because Acad2207's ObjectARX .NET
API is built on .Net2.0.

"GPaolo" wrote in message
news:5224038@discussion.autodesk.com...
I have a net dll that work with ACAD2006 now i want recompile it for
ACAD2007 but when i reference the new library i obtain an error.

impossible add a reference to "c:\programmi\autodesk\mdt 2007\acdbmgd.dll"
etc.....(is in italian)

i use vb.net 2003
Thank's in advance
GPaolo


P.S.
On the same machine i have also ACAD2006.
*GPaolo
Message 3 of 3 (347 Views)

Re: acdbmgd.dll & acmgd.dll autocad 2007

06-30-2006 06:56 AM in reply to: *GPaolo
you know if i must make many modification using vs2205?
thank's
GPaolo


"Norman Yuan" ha scritto nel messaggio
news:5224115@discussion.autodesk.com...
For Acad2007, I believe, you need VS2005, because Acad2207's ObjectARX .NET
API is built on .Net2.0.

"GPaolo" wrote in message
news:5224038@discussion.autodesk.com...
I have a net dll that work with ACAD2006 now i want recompile it for
ACAD2007 but when i reference the new library i obtain an error.

impossible add a reference to "c:\programmi\autodesk\mdt 2007\acdbmgd.dll"
etc.....(is in italian)

i use vb.net 2003
Thank's in advance
GPaolo


P.S.
On the same machine i have also ACAD2006.
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