Where is the “ADX Outlook Form” wizard

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Where is the “ADX Outlook Form” wizard
 
Ralph Smith




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Hello,

The documentation states that there is a “ADX Outlook Form” wizard in the 'Add New Items...' dialog.

But there doesn't seem to be for my application. The closest component listed is the 'ADX Outlook Property Dialog' wizard.

Where can I get this Outlook form?

PS. After adding ADXOlFormsManager to my starter project the build fails complaining about not finding the 'OL' namespace referenced in the following line...

private AddinExpress.OL.ADXOlFormsManager mainAdxOlFormsManager

Any clues?

Thanks
Posted 19 Jun, 2006 19:58:56 Top
Fedor Shihantsov


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Ralph,

What IDE version do you use?
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 05:38:41 Top
Ralph Smith




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MSVC 2003

It seems registering the control fixed that. But the documentation didn't say to register, so I am wondering whether I was suppose to register.
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 08:08:53 Top
Ralph Smith




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Sorry, the problem still exists. I was a little confused there.

I am using MSVC 2003 with C#
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 08:11:18 Top
Fedor Shihantsov


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Do you mean Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 with C#?


It seems registering the control fixed that. But the documentation didn't say to register, so I am wondering whether I was suppose to register.


What do you mean by "registering the control"?
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 09:17:11 Top
Fedor Shihantsov


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Ralph,

Please, send me a screenshot of the "Add New Items..." dialog similar to that I emailed you.
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 09:41:36 Top
Ralph Smith




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Hello Fedor,

Thanks for the screenshot. I took a close look at your
screenshot and realized that it was my mistake, I was
looking at the very first folder not realizing that the
control was in a subsequent folder.

I still have an issue though. The build still complains
about not find the "OL" namespace in the "AddinExpress"
namespace. The only namepace I can see from the editor
is the "MSO" namespace.

Here is the output.

Unregistering previous project output for COM Interop...
Preparing resources...
Updating references...
Performing main compilation...
c:\src\...\addinmodule.cs(19,30): error CS0234: The type or namespace name 'OL' does not exist in the class or namespace 'AddinExpress' (are you missing an assembly reference?)

Build complete -- 1 errors, 0 warnings

Sorry for so much trouble.

Thanks.
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 10:08:58 Top
Fedor Shihantsov


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Ralph,

Please, right click on References, click "Add Reference...",
double click on the "ADX Extensions .NET for Outlook 1.2.898.2003" item and click the Ok button. The reference should be added. Let me know about the result.

Please, try to create a new ADX project, add the ADXOlFormsManager component and let me know if the AddinExpress.OL.2003 reference was not added automatically again.
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 11:44:42 Top
Ralph Smith




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I haven't tried to create a new ADX project since I am trying to complete some other work, I will continue this with the new project tonight.

But 'AddinExpress.OL.2003' was not in the list of references on the "Add References..." dialog either. I had to browse the filesystem and get the DLL from the install directory. Then recompile worked.

Thanks for the help!

Best regards,
Ralph

Posted 20 Jun, 2006 12:15:07 Top
Ralph Smith




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I tried with a new project, I got the same thing. That reference has to be added manually.
Posted 20 Jun, 2006 18:58:46 Top