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    seth2
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    Hi. I just downloaded the trial of CoreObjX. There is no documentation that I can find. It installed in program files, so the samples can’t be opened in VS as they are read-only, so I copied them to a writeable folder, and CoreObjX70 can’t be found.

    Where is the dll? Do you have a nuget feed so it can be easily incorporated into visual studio? Do you have any documentation at all? I want to start with simply getting all the sales tax items, iterating them, and adding as needed.

    Thank you.

    Seth

    #63990

    Yudel Rosales
    Keymaster

    You can find documentation and samples apps in this location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Synergration\coreObjX where the set up package was installed. The dll has to be add as a refenece to your project.

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    adams
    Premium Member

    I also just downloaded the trial for CoreObjX. The only “documentation” included is coreObjX version 7 Release Notes dated 3/37/2011.

    This is insufficient. Do you consider sample code, documentation? I don’t.

    This file is only release notes – there isn’t any documentation on the use of this product. It is almost 8 years old. It is for version 7 and the trial comes with version 8. I really don’t want to waste time hacking around to figure out how to use this by having to translate VB6 code (extended support ended in 2008 – that’s 10 years ago!!!). I would rather not have to piece together code snippets from the various forum postings here.

    How about some sample code in C#? I wouldn’t even bother with asking about supporting DotNet managed code. I just want some documentation for the current version that lists the objects, properties, methods, options, etc.

    Simple example – when connecting to QB via qb.Connect() – how do you pass in credentials?
    Or what does CoreObjX80.qbEnumFileOpenMode.qbOpenModeDontCare mean and why would you use that instead qbOpenModeMultiUser or qbOpenModeSingleUser? Sample code doesn’t answer questions that documentation would.

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