I'm trying to load an assembly on AutoCAD startup. It basically is an arx application written in c++, compiled in .NET 4.0. The AutoCAD Version is 2012 with ObjectARX 2012.
When i send the netload command a window with the title "ARX Application - Incompatible" pops up, and it says:
"AutoCAD is attempting to load .../xyz.dll which is not compatible with AutoCAD. What do you want to do?"
And then i can choose that i want to load it anyway and after it is loaded it all works. So, the Issue here is really just the message and i want to ask if there is a way i can make it disappear. Maybe i can configure my application so that AutoCAD recognises it as compatible or i can somehow suppress the error message? Or maybe someone just can help me understand how it can come to such an incompatibility. Where can i start searching?
Thanks in advance.
p.s.: i'm not sure if it is the right way to load an arx application. i also tried to use arxload instead of netload but that didn't work either.
I'm using Visual Studio 2010
As far as I know If you try to create mixed-mode ARX-file you have to use VS 2010 with Platform Toolset set to V90 (e.g. VS 2008 SP1 must be installed) and Framework set to 3.5
Thanks but how would i do that? I switched to Framework 3.5 and to v90 but than i get an error, that an include file wasn't found. So there is a file called "type_traits" that was refferenced from "acarray.h". That file is apparently not part of the Visual Studio 2008 compiler. Now i can manually copy that file from one "inc" folder to the "other" but then it requestes more files and eventually i end up with an C1189 Error in "xtr1common" because a constant "_HAS_TR1" was not defined.
But would that be the way to go? Or would you suggest to import my Project to Visual Studio 2008 and compile it there? Or do i have to change some configurations in my project to make it work in Framework 3.5?
[...] So there is a file called "type_traits" that was refferenced from "acarray.h". [...]
That is why you did not install SP1 for VS 2008. Install SP1 and this error have to disappear.
Ah yeah you were right! Ok, so i just installed SP1 and i was able to build my project. Now i tried to netload the dll and the same error occured. When i try to change the fileextension to "arx" and use arxload instead, it seem to work. So could that be an issue too? My problem is, that i actually have another .NET dll that references that ObjectARX dll. To do that, i needed the file extension to be "dll" so that i can add the file in my Projects references. At least i didn't find a possibility to add an "arx" file as reference.
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