If you’re an ObjectARX programmer, you may still be using Visual Studio 2008 because you’ve been told that you must. It’s true that you need Visual Studio 2008 installed to compile native ObjectARX code, but with Daffodil you can do all your work in the Visual Studio 2010 IDE.
Until now, the one thing that didn’t work in VS 2010 was the ObjectARX Wizard. I’m happy to report that the latest wizard seems to works fine in both VS 2008 and VS 2010. Thanks to Alexander Rivilis for revealing the secret URL:
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The people I work for have inflicted AutoCAD 2012 64-bit on Windows 7 64-bit upon me. If I download ObjectARX for AutoCAD 2012 and buy a copy of Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition, will I be able to build ARX for my platform, or will I have to get Visual Studio 2010, or will I need both?
I either missed this comment or forgot to reply. For posterity, the answer is that you need both.
hello Owen Wengerd
I have had a problem with “Add Variable wizard” in VS 2010 and objectarx 2012. when I use it, I get a error message and the Control variable type combobox is disabled. I have tried many way, but it still not working and nobody could help me for solving this problem.
Now, I resign myself to using VS 2008 and objectarx 2010-2011. But I can’t find objectarx 2010-2011 wizard.
Could you show me to find it somewhere. Thank you in advance….
Actually, I want to create a custom object in objectArx, with some “input 3dpoint variable”.
I manually add these variables, but when I move my custom object in Cad, some points (are those 3dpoint variables) don’t move.
So I think I need to add “3dpoint variable” by Wizard. I also think “Add Variable wizard” of objectArx 2012 is error.
Could you show me where I can find the objectArx wizard 2010 and 2011 or the previous ones….
I don’t think the wizard will help you there. I’m pretty sure you’ll have to write that code yourself in any case. The ObjectARX 2010 and 2011 wizards did not support VS 2010, so they won’t help either, unless you want to use VS 2008.
Yeah, I intend to use VS 2008, but I don’t find the objectArx wizard 2010 and 2011 or the previous ones.
As I mentioned, I manually add “3dpoint variable”, but when I move my custom object in Cad, these points don’t move. I don’t understand the reason, so I want to use the wizard for adding “3dpoint variable”.
If possible, you could show me where I can download the objectArx wizard 2010, 2011 or the previous ones. Because I think the objectArx wizard 2012 is error.
The ObjectARX wizard is included in the ObjectARX SDK, but Autodesk has stopped making older versions of the ObjectARX SDK available. I think your only option is to contact Autodesk to see if they can help you.