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How to create Toolkit?

Re: How to create Toolkit?

Hi Prem,

Thanks for your reply!!

Folder you specified is not available in my folder. See below image for your reference. Also can you please send me tkuse.1-74.pdf file so that I can directly refer that document.

Thanks,

Jitu

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Re: How to create Toolkit?

There might be some problem in installation or license. Please check with your superiors out there. And I beg your pardon for I am not in a position to share any file which is property of my company. I hope you will understand.

Regards

Prem

Re: How to create Toolkit?

Hello,

Learning toolkit is a big challege here.From my experience there are few things to be share.

1.Know the help documentation and access to protoolkit license.

2.Just having protolkit dump in the PC is not help us.Know the pre-requisites to progress.

3.Knowledge on Creo or Pro/Engineer in Solid , Assembly,Drawing are mandatory...how end user point of view to work on those modules.

4.C or C++ progamming advance level expertise is essential to work with out any problems.

5.How to write a toolkit sample application to start in creo is a major jump start.

Good luck.

regards,

kishore

Re: How to create Toolkit?

yes you need a separate licence and it is very expensive (more then creo itself probably).

for starters, check out jlink.there is a pdf reference file in your creo install dir.

Re: How to create Toolkit?

Hi all,

I have installed & configured PTK (Creo 3.0) with VS2012.

As per steps, I have taken makefile and added all the references and it is build succeeded.

Now, in the examples >> Basic example which display "File Name" & last saved. I'm trying to start a simple program in VC++.

 

Can anyone tell me little more on this? where do I need to add the code and how to debug.

 

I have included the header files and their location.

I need some simple steps, so that I can start... Please do the needful...

 

Regards

Naresh Kalyan