16 years ago
I'm working on an application in VB which will be an DLL add-in for
SolidWorks. I've got my project set up with my class file holding all
the menu creation stuff needed.
It all works fine. And then I decided to get creative. I'm
developing an application that will be customized with an XML file and
may or may not include interfaces for all three SolidWorks documents.
So I decided to read the XML file in my class file, and then set up
the menu's and tool bars per the settings in the XML file.
The DLL builds just fine, but when I try to load it in SolidWorks it
tells me it cannot be loaded, Either the Add-in or one of it's
components is missing.
So the question of the day (hour?) Is there a limitation to what you
can do in the class file which sets up the menus and toolbars and then
calls the form?