How to call Flexpro in visual basic 2013?

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  • #12869
    Anonym
    Gast

    I try to call Flexpro in visual basic 2013. Can anyone tell me how to do that? For example, How to make a new database? I have already add the Reference, is there any code like the calling matlab functions from VB.net?
    e.g.
    Dim MatLab As Object
    MatLab = CreateObject(“Matlab.Application”)
    Result = MatLab.Execute(“surf(peaks)”)

    #8529
    Anonym
    Gast

    I try to call Flexpro in visual basic 2013. Can anyone tell me how to do that? For example, How to make a new database? I have already add the Reference, is there any code like the calling matlab functions from VB.net?
    e.g.
    Dim MatLab As Object
    MatLab = CreateObject(“Matlab.Application”)
    Result = MatLab.Execute(“surf(peaks)”)

    #9374
    Bernhard KantzBernhard Kantz
    Moderator

    After adding the reference to the FlexPro Object Library (e.g. via the type library flexpro.tlb found in the installation folder) one can access the object model. To get an application pointer, one can use the following code:

    
    Dim app As FlexPro.Application
    Set app = CreateObject("FlexPro.Application")
    

    To attach to a already running instance GetObject(, “FlexPro.Application”) can be used instead.

    To add a new project database, one can use

    
    Dim oDatabase As FlexPro.Database
    Set oDatabase = app.Databases.Add
    

    Now one can start adding objects (like folders, formulas, datasets, diagrams, …) to its RootFolder and perform updates (to cause calculations). The database can then be saved and closed with the respective methods.

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