Sorry to say but its so annoying.
I have been digging my head to get the API of mathcad prime the whole day.
I could only see discussion about the API and SDK files but not the link of any API so that I can download it
and use it in my programming.
I am very new to mathcad and without API I am not able to do anything.
If anyone had a link or document then I humbly request you to share me.
I would be very grateful.
* I am using Mathcad 30days trial version, should I have to buy Mathcad in order to use its API?
The API is built in to Prime. The SDK, you have to pay for (a ridiculous amount of money too). As far as I know, it works in the trial version. What are you trying to do?
Automation definitely works in the trial version.
See this thread for additional information: NEW API for Mathcad Prime 3.1
As noted in that thread, "The API is part of Mathcad Prime 3.1 install. Look for MathcadPrimeAutomation.tlb and MathcadPrimeAutomation.dll."
Edit: the link above is a very long thread in which there is much back & forth regarding the cost of the SDK. However, at the bottom, there is some sample code and I made a few important notes. See the comments starting with https://www.ptcusercommunity.com/message/424595#424595
Thank your for the reply.
1.First, I want to connect ".mcdx file" using Mathcad API
2. Afer that, I want to create my own Mathcad prime addon to connect SolidWorks and Mathcad addon.
This is the task want to do but I didn't get any sample program or solution for it.
The link below shows how to use but didn't teach how to make an addon and so on.
Using c# I want to connect Mathcad, Worksheet and Solidworks.
Please do suggest me.
PTC offers an SDK that includes code to do what you want. Unfortunately, they are asking a ridiculous $9000 for it. There is no documentation available other than the SDK.
There are a few threads on the forums with some example code. One is here: Getting Outputs with API
You can without any problem use the API with the trial and also with Mathcad express.
The API is found at:
C:\Program Files\PTC\Mathcad Prime 3.1\Ptc.MathcadPrime.Automation.dll
It is possible to figure out most of the stuff by looking at the object browser.