Setting Up a Custom .NET IDK Project
These steps describe how to set up a custom .NET IDK project
in Visual Studio.
assume you have installed the .NET version of the AquaLogic Interaction
Development Kit (IDK).
- Start Visual
Studio and click .
- Type an intuitive
name in the Location field.
- Delete Service1.asmx
- In the new project,
- Browse to the \devkit folder in the IDK installation directory.
- In the File Types mask, click All Files.
- Select all the
.asmx files and Web.config. Do not select the \bin directory.
- Click Open . You will be prompted to create a class file for
each .asmx file; click No for each file.
- In the Solution
Explorer (usually in the upper right), you should see the project
you created in step 1. Add the IDK assemblies:
- Right-click References and click Add Reference .
to the \devkit\bin folder in the IDK installation directory.
the assemblies to add to the bin directory: all the .dll files (Ctrl+A).
These are the assemblies that resolve the references in the *.asmx
- If you are using the standard (un-signed) version of the IDK,
select all the .dll files (Ctrl+A).
- If you are using the signed dll version of the IDK, select only
Plumtree.openlog-framework_signed.dll. (You must deploy the other
assemblies in the GAC as described in step f below.)
- Click .
- In the
Solution Explorer References, confirm that you now see idk, openfoundation,
- If you are using the signed dll version of the IDK,
deploy the following assemblies in the GAC:
to create new classes and complete your project.