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Unlocking this application requires option TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings

VV_9675323
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Unlocking this application requires option TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings

I was trying to unlock my Async  application then this msg shown.

Command I use:

protk_unlock.bat myapp.exe

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@VV_9675323 wrote:

I was trying to unlock my Async  application then this msg shown.

Command I use:

protk_unlock.bat myapp.exe


Hi,

check whether your license contain feature number 222 (TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings).


Martin Hanák

TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings is a nightmare.  It's embedded into the pt_examples and I cannot get PTC to remove those calls.  They even claim that for version 7.0.3 there is no problems, but I still see it.  I cannot unlock pt_examples without that license. Do not recompile pt_example.dll because it will be locked and you don't have a way to removed a lock if you don't have this license.

 

Does anyone know when this TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings license was established?  I see no other way but to choose Creo before that to recompile pt_examples that I can use work work later.


@VinJovanovic wrote:

TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings is a nightmare.  It's embedded into the pt_examples and I cannot get PTC to remove those calls.  They even claim that for version 7.0.3 there is no problems, but I still see it.  I cannot unlock pt_examples without that license. Do not recompile pt_example.dll because it will be locked and you don't have a way to removed a lock if you don't have this license.

 

Does anyone know when this TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings license was established?  I see no other way but to choose Creo before that to recompile pt_examples that I can use work work later.


Hi,

please ask PTC Support directly.


Martin Hanák

The TOOLKIT-for-3D_Drawings is necessary for all APIs involving 3D annotations.
If you take a look in the Toolkit user guide you can see this license mentioned when you lookup a function involving 3D annotations.

 

Best regards,

 

     John Bijnens

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