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eDrawings 2016 embedded in a C++/MFC application

Question asked by Vinicius Pontes on Jul 19, 2016



I have an C++/MFC application which uses an embedded eDrawings instance to view Solidworks files. It is a x64 application. Since I've installed Solidworks 2016, i've tried to use eDrawings 2016 instead of the eDrawings 2014 but it's not working. The eDrawings window can't be initialized on my application. The same code works perfect with eDrawings 2014 CLSID.


I couldn't find any example or documentation on C++/eDrawings API. There a only few examples on C#.


Does anyone had the sample problem or have any idea on how to accomplish it?


Thanks in advance,