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#1 Posted : Friday, July 31, 2009 5:41:59 AM(UTC)
RickOberuc

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<P>I am new to Leadtools and fear that I am in the deep end of the pool.

<P>I have an application that uses
Interop.LTANNLib in C# with version 14.5.

<P>I'd like to migrate to version 16.0.
(Eventually 16.5 but I'm trying to get to 16.0 first)

<P>Other classes used in this app were fairly straight forward to migrate (various Image related classes) to something.
But the applications is using LTANNLib.LEADRasterAnnotationClass,
LTANNLib.LEADRasterAnnToolBarClass,
and LTRASTERIOLib.LEADRasterIOClass.
(The last one seems to be close to
Leadtools.Annotations.AnnCodecs.)


<P>Are these classes supported in version 16?
What are my options?
(Looking like a total rewrite to go to
Leadtools.Annotations.)

<P>Rick
 

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#2 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2009 6:47:32 AM(UTC)

Adam Boulad  
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Rick,
It appears you were using the COM programming interface in version 14.5. If yes, then the old COM objects were not migrated to LEADTOOLS 16.x.
Since you're using .NET, there is no need for you to look for a COM interface. Instead, you can use the native .NET classes in your project.

However, the design of the .NET classes is different from that of the old COM objects, so you will need to re-write the parts of your program that use LEADTOOLS.

If you face any problem while migrating, check our .NET demos that install with the toolkit and feel free to contact us if you can't find the answer there.
 
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