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Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

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Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

Hello


protoolkit seems too hard to reach.
I do not have enough knowledge to refer the guide.


A tutorial is a great way to learn.
For example, how to create a menu, select a model to get parameters, etc...


Guides are difficult to understand because they only show some code and descriptions of the functions used.


Creating a simple menu requires resources, text, and so on.
I have seen example code and API wizards, but I do not understand at all.


If you have any resources to help you understand and use the toolkit features such as tutorials, please share them.

 

thanks

regards

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Re: Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

Dear Chaseonho,

 

agreed tutorial and code examples are a different and for some people more efficient way to ramp-up.

 

This said some toolkit examples are shipped with Creo. See the following directory: <common files>\protoolkit\protk_appls. I would recommend to start with pt_examples.

 

Also browse the esupport knowledge base, you may find some sample codes there too. 

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Re: Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

Dear Chaseonho,

 

agreed tutorial and code examples are a different and for some people more efficient way to ramp-up.

 

This said some toolkit examples are shipped with Creo. See the following directory: <common files>\protoolkit\protk_appls. I would recommend to start with pt_examples.

 

Also browse the esupport knowledge base, you may find some sample codes there too. 

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Re: Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

@remy

If you have some knowledge of some of the features I'm looking for, I would appreciate your sharing.
A dialog window appears, allowing you to select the model.
When a model is selected, subcomponents are displayed in a list.
If you select an object in the list, you can see the parameters.
I want to step on my step.
Please let us know if you have any information about the window to select the model, or an example of importing the subcomponents of the selected model.
Features such as mGlob.GetProESession.CurrentModel, pwlAssemblyComponentsGet in the web link

 

Thank you.

Re: Where do I get tutorials related to protoolkit?

@CHASEONHO  thank you for your prompt.

 

two things:

  1. my reply was about protoolkit ie C language based API vs your request seems to pertain to weblink (html based). you can find some examples in the following folder: <common files>\weblink\weblinkexamples\jscript 
  2. given the amount of work that you require, i suggest that you file cases through you PTC support account

Also have a look to the customer support guide, to understand the actual scope of support: https://www.ptc.com/en/support/csguide/Guidelines_Legal/Requirements_for_Customization_Support 

 

thank you