I need to install my .Net application. Can i use the same method shown in the below link for AutoCAD 2014.
When i tried i am getting this error "File 'accoremgd.dll' targeting 'AMD64' is not compatible with the project's target platform 'x86'"
I tried the usual method of changing the architechture, but i still get the same error.
I had the same warning and let the option to "ANY CPU" and all ran fine. To deploy your .NET application, if you are talking about the platform API, you should put the dll and the .tbp file inside the bin folder of your Autocad home folder and that's it.
As this is for AutoCAD 2014, I recommend you use the Autoloader feature if possible. The installer then becomes a very simple copy operation on the entire bundle file. See http://through-the-interface.typepad.com/through_t
Thank you for response.
If i use AutoLoader. Then the user have to manually move the .bundle folder to “%AppData%\Autodesk\ApplicationPlugins which is not feasible and canot advise it to the user.
I am trying to build a installer where the regitry entries are done by the installer. and the command is loaded during the AutoCAD 2014 startup.
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