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.NET Help

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03-14-2006 02:00 PM
I just read some of Mike Tuersley’s past online articles regarding .NET and AutoCAD. We’ve programmed .NET solutions for applications other than AutoCAD. Now, we would like to explore replacing some of our legacy ACAD customization (VBA code) using .NET. So far, we haven’t been able to get our hands on a language reference exposing the Managed API for AutoCAD. We are presently running ACAD 2005, and realize that the API will be more limited, but without the reference we are in the dark as to what it can and can’t accomplish. Can you suggest where we can purchase an AutoCAD 2005 Managed API language reference? If not, is there a language reference available for the ACAD 2006 Managed API?



Any help that you can provide would be very much appreciated.



Thank you,
*Bobby C. Jones
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Re: .NET Help

03-15-2006 06:01 AM in reply to: Wilfredo Roman
Do you have the ObjectARX SDK? That's the best I've seen...oh wait, that
all I've seen :-)
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Bobby C. Jones
http://www.acadx.com

wrote in message news:5110944@discussion.autodesk.com...
I just read some of Mike Tuersley's past online articles regarding .NET and
AutoCAD. We've programmed .NET solutions for applications other than
AutoCAD. Now, we would like to explore replacing some of our legacy ACAD
customization (VBA code) using .NET. So far, we haven't been able to get
our hands on a language reference exposing the Managed API for AutoCAD. We
are presently running ACAD 2005, and realize that the API will be more
limited, but without the reference we are in the dark as to what it can and
can't accomplish. Can you suggest where we can purchase an AutoCAD 2005
Managed API language reference? If not, is there a language reference
available for the ACAD 2006 Managed API?



Any help that you can provide would be very much appreciated.



Thank you,
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