Look at the screenshot. Try settings both "Copy Local" properties to false. That is because AutoCAD loads its own .dll-s. You need yours only for reference in your IDE.
Thank u very much...
My problem was solved after changing the copy_local as false.
Im facing one more problem on this code..
Find the latest code from above link..
while using first time im not getting any error..
but if im using next time the same class without closing the autocad, im getting error on
myDBt.CloseInput(True) <- This location.. use the attached drawings for testing purpose
I'm reading the data, so i dont want to write anything there...
i was used one location as write, now i changed that too read only.
my doubt is first time there is no problem, while secong time only problem is coming...
i hope u r the correct person to findout my mistake in that code..
Thanks for your help...
By looking at your code I can give you this advice :
0. Start documenting your code with reasonable comments.
0a. Read this also - http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html - I have read it myself and saved myself a fortune of others time and mine ofcourse.
1. Read the developers tutorial - I have posted a link before. There are lots of things you must read in order to continue using the managed api without having lots of problems and without asking such questions.
2. Get the ObjectARX Docs and open arxmgd.chm file and read the docs for every method you are using.
Sincerely, I do not know why are using the CloseInput() method. I suppose your intent was different and I dont know what it is. Please go through the tutorials provided by Autodesk.
Please start from 0 and 0a before anything else. This will save you lots of silly mistakes and will improve your productivity many times.
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