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#1 Posted : Friday, March 3, 2006 4:11:56 AM(UTC)

ogdenk  
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Hi,

I have switched from building an MFC app in VC++  6.0 and Leadtools 12 Medical Suite to a C++ MFC app in VS.Net 2003 and Leadtools 14 Medical Suite.

When I add a Lead Main Control to my view form, everything is fine (it compiles and shows the empty control on the view when run) until I add a control variable to access the control.  At that point the program no longer compiles, with errors in the leadctrl1.h file that was created when I added the control variable.  The whole procedure is different in the .Net version (no more class wizard), and I am not asked about which classes to include (CPicture etc) like I was in C++ 6.  I wonder if there is something more I need to do in the new version?

Another question, I don't see the dicom ActiveX control in the com components list, but a Dicom Kernel Class.  How do I get the dicom control to show on the toolbar?

Any help appreciated . . .

Kent

 

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#2 Posted : Monday, March 6, 2006 9:06:34 AM(UTC)

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We have a COM object which has more features than the OCX. \Program files\LEAD Technologies, Inc\LEADTOOLS 14.5\Examples\COM\MSVC5\DICOM
You can open it in the .Net 2003 and the .Net environment will convert the demo using a wizard.


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Ali Abo Al-Rob
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#3 Posted : Thursday, March 16, 2006 1:02:24 PM(UTC)

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does the COM object you mentioned work with Visual Studio 2005 C++ (and the accompanying MFC)?

 

thanks

al

 

 
#4 Posted : Monday, March 20, 2006 7:21:13 AM(UTC)

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Our COM object should work in .Net without any problems.

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Ali Abo Al-Rob
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