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dzinser
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Web Services & VB.NET

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09-06-2005 08:52 AM
I've created a VBA application within AutoCAD a few years back. I'm migrating to VB.NET and am wondering how VBA/AutoCAD will handle all my VB.NET assemblies I've created. First off, can AutoCAD call a webservice? Can AutoCAD instantiate an Assembly and work with it's properties and methods?

Thanks,
Derek
*J. Daniel Smith
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Re: Web Services & VB.NET

09-06-2005 12:01 PM in reply to: dzinser
AutoCAD exposes a .NET API; by and large, you use it just as any other .NET
API. That is, there aren't a lot of special rules for .NET that only apply
to AutoCAD.

Dan

wrote in message news:4948178@discussion.autodesk.com...
I've created a VBA application within AutoCAD a few years back. I'm
migrating to VB.NET and am wondering how VBA/AutoCAD will handle all my
VB.NET assemblies I've created. First off, can AutoCAD call a webservice?
Can AutoCAD instantiate an Assembly and work with it's properties and
methods?

Thanks,
Derek
*Carlos
Message 3 of 3 (116 Views)

Re: Web Services & VB.NET

09-07-2005 03:22 PM in reply to: dzinser
I use web services with C# and AutoCAD, and it all works just fine.

-Carlos

wrote in message news:4948178@discussion.autodesk.com...
I've created a VBA application within AutoCAD a few years back. I'm
migrating to VB.NET and am wondering how VBA/AutoCAD will handle all my
VB.NET assemblies I've created. First off, can AutoCAD call a webservice?
Can AutoCAD instantiate an Assembly and work with it's properties and
methods?

Thanks,
Derek
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