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*Mark Johnston
Post 1 of 5

Autoload .NET dll

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07-05-2006 10:54 AM
From the help files:
"To load a managed application, enter NETLOAD at the AutoCAD Command prompt
and browse to the desired DLL file. Managed applications are unloaded only
when AutoCAD exits."

Does this mean that to use my .NET program in AutoCAD my users have to use
"Netload"?
That doesn't seem right. Not when DVB and ARX etc. files can be added to the
Startup Suite so that they will auto-load.

After searching this ng the only thing I found was some (ugh) LISP
programming to add to startup.

Is there a better way to autoload my .NET dll?

Thanks,
Mark
*Gregory A. Hoyt
Post 2 of 5

Re: Autoload .NET dll

07-05-2006 12:07 PM in reply to: *Mark Johnston
dll's can be demand loaded by registering your app with the windows
registry.

greg hoyt

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227557@discussion.autodesk.com...
From the help files:
"To load a managed application, enter NETLOAD at the AutoCAD Command prompt
and browse to the desired DLL file. Managed applications are unloaded only
when AutoCAD exits."

Does this mean that to use my .NET program in AutoCAD my users have to use
"Netload"?
That doesn't seem right. Not when DVB and ARX etc. files can be added to the
Startup Suite so that they will auto-load.

After searching this ng the only thing I found was some (ugh) LISP
programming to add to startup.

Is there a better way to autoload my .NET dll?

Thanks,
Mark
*Mark Johnston
Post 3 of 5

Re: Autoload .NET dll

07-05-2006 12:44 PM in reply to: *Mark Johnston
How does that work?

"Gregory A. Hoyt" wrote in message
news:5227712@discussion.autodesk.com...
dll's can be demand loaded by registering your app with the windows
registry.

greg hoyt

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227557@discussion.autodesk.com...
From the help files:
"To load a managed application, enter NETLOAD at the AutoCAD Command prompt
and browse to the desired DLL file. Managed applications are unloaded only
when AutoCAD exits."

Does this mean that to use my .NET program in AutoCAD my users have to use
"Netload"?
That doesn't seem right. Not when DVB and ARX etc. files can be added to the
Startup Suite so that they will auto-load.

After searching this ng the only thing I found was some (ugh) LISP
programming to add to startup.

Is there a better way to autoload my .NET dll?

Thanks,
Mark
*Kerry Brown
Post 4 of 5

Re: Autoload .NET dll

07-06-2006 05:03 AM in reply to: *Mark Johnston
http://discussion.autodesk.com/thread.jspa?messageID=4531456

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227748@discussion.autodesk.com...
How does that work?

"Gregory A. Hoyt" wrote in message
news:5227712@discussion.autodesk.com...
dll's can be demand loaded by registering your app with the windows
registry.

greg hoyt

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227557@discussion.autodesk.com...
From the help files:
"To load a managed application, enter NETLOAD at the AutoCAD Command prompt
and browse to the desired DLL file. Managed applications are unloaded only
when AutoCAD exits."

Does this mean that to use my .NET program in AutoCAD my users have to use
"Netload"?
That doesn't seem right. Not when DVB and ARX etc. files can be added to the
Startup Suite so that they will auto-load.

After searching this ng the only thing I found was some (ugh) LISP
programming to add to startup.

Is there a better way to autoload my .NET dll?

Thanks,
Mark
*Mark Johnston
Post 5 of 5

Re: Autoload .NET dll

07-06-2006 07:07 AM in reply to: *Mark Johnston
Thanks.
I didn't think to search the VBA group.

=Mark

"Kerry Brown" wrote in message
news:5228415@discussion.autodesk.com...
http://discussion.autodesk.com/thread.jspa?messageID=4531456

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227748@discussion.autodesk.com...
How does that work?

"Gregory A. Hoyt" wrote in message
news:5227712@discussion.autodesk.com...
dll's can be demand loaded by registering your app with the windows
registry.

greg hoyt

"Mark Johnston" wrote in message
news:5227557@discussion.autodesk.com...
From the help files:
"To load a managed application, enter NETLOAD at the AutoCAD Command prompt
and browse to the desired DLL file. Managed applications are unloaded only
when AutoCAD exits."

Does this mean that to use my .NET program in AutoCAD my users have to use
"Netload"?
That doesn't seem right. Not when DVB and ARX etc. files can be added to the
Startup Suite so that they will auto-load.

After searching this ng the only thing I found was some (ugh) LISP
programming to add to startup.

Is there a better way to autoload my .NET dll?

Thanks,
Mark
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