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#1 Posted : Tuesday, December 30, 2008 1:22:38 AM(UTC)


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The following wrapper class functions were used in version 13.
Are these with the following functionalities available in version16, C++ Class Library:
1) SetEnableMethodErrors(FALSE);
2) Load(szFullImage, 0, (short)nPageToLoad, 1) - concerned with loading image for display
3) SetBitmapDataPath( strFileName ) - setting the path of a bitmap file
4) GetFileInfo(szFullImgFile, 0, FILEINFO_TOTALPAGES) - I think it is similar to LAnnContainer::FileInfo
5) GetInfoTotalPages - returns number of pages in a multi page file




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#2 Posted : Tuesday, December 30, 2008 4:31:30 AM(UTC)

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1- There isn't a SetEnableMethodErrors in ClassLib. Class lib does not raise errors like COM or ActiveX; it gives error codes in the return values of the functions.
2. The load method is LBitmapBase::Load.
3. There is no direct equivalent for the SetBitmapDataPath method.
4. The equivalent function to GetFileInfo is LFile::GetInfo.
5. The FILEINFO structure, which is loaded by the LFile::GetInfo function, provides information about the specified file. One of its flags is TotalPages which is the total number of pages present in a file. To update this field, call LFile::GetInfo with uFlags set to FILEINFO_TOTALPAGES.

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