I believe I've used CreateUnfoldedViewAt to generate isometric views in the past.
It requires that the parent view be pre-selected. You have to provide an insertion point in the first three arguments and a boolean to specify whether or not to align it.
If I recall correctly, it doesn't place the drawing exactly where you specify if it is "aligned", it treats that point as it would a mouse-click when inserting a projected view from a parent in the user environment (if you move the cursor to the right, it aligns the view horizontally; but if you move upwards from the horizontal position, it will eventually snap to isometric after the displacement vector reaches 45 degrees).
- x position in the drawing sheet space for the center of the drawing view
y position in the drawing sheet space for the center of the drawing view
z position in the drawing sheet space for the center of the drawing view
- True if you want to break the alignment with the parent view, false if you want to keep the view aligned with the parent view
Pointer to the newly created IView object
Thanks for the input, I will give this a shot and see what happens.