I am new to Creo, I am expert in solidworks vba API, Now i want to learn creo API.
Can any one tell me how i can open vba environment in creo, is there need to purchase any special license.
Thanks in advance
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There is no VBA environment in Creo. The Creo VB API is accessible from other applications, including VBA. I b believe there is no VBA-specific interface.
This may be of use: VB-API and Excel VBA
Before proceed to work with VB API, Read this article
I'm a litle confuse about creating macros in creo.
I read that there is a few possible languages.
Are they available in the creo license?
Do we need third part softwares?
Is it possible creo to record some macros? If yes in which language?
I didn't found much information about writing api in creo, can you show me an active forum of creo api?
to find basic information abour Creo mapkeys, please read http://support.ptc.com/help/creo/creo_pma/usascii/index.html#page/fundamentals/fundamentals/fund_fiv... page.
I am not able to open this file its shows error while opening could you pl. guide me i also didn't find any options of Creo references in the excel.
Thanks in advance.
How did you set up creo to be able to find the required reference in excel tool? I have the same issue I cannot find any creo library reference, I have follow the required installation but so far I have no luck to find any reference on my macro tools.
How did you set up Creo to be able to find the required reference in excel tool? I have the same issue I cannot find any creo library reference, I have follow the required installation but so far I have no luck to find any reference on my macro tools.
Run / Execute the batch file \Parametric\bin\vb_api_register.bat to register PTC Creo Parametric VB API type COM library.
i've a few questions:
-I'm getting started to creo, what language do you recommend me to start looking for create my api?
-is there any api by vb.net for creo? do we program it by visual studio?
-I read somewhere that vba will be progressively removed from creo. Is it correct?
-Where I can found the main functions accessible by vba
-Where I can get some tutorials to get started?