I have created a simple VB.Net webpage using VB API on my pc's desktop. It runs fine on the desktop and successfully grabs and displays the current working directory of my Pro/E session. When I move this page to the network, it cannot establish a connection to Pro/E. When I move this off of my computer, I assume the path to the pfclscom.exe is lost (set through environment variable on my pc). Is there a way to specify this path so that a vb.net webpage can connect to Pro/E?
The goal here is to create a webpage rather than a console app in order to allow easier maintenance. I want to avoid having to use the embedded browser in Pro, so weblink is not a good option. Attached you will find the code I am using that works when run on my computer but not from the network.
Can this be done?
It's the same problem on .Web/Link sometimes. You need to add the hostPC to the "trusted sites" (german: vertrauenswürdige Seiten) in you Internet Explorer. Than you can start it and the connection is possible.
So it is in .Web/Link can be that this is the same failure.
Thanks for the reply,
This step has already been done, however. Web.Link pages ran on the networkwill link to my pro/e sessions on my pc, but VB API pages ran on the network do not. Any other ideas as to what could be causing this?