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How to register callbacks in UG/Open?

How to register callbacks in UG/Open?

Hi all,
 I have a function(*.dll).Also i have a *.men file.I need to execute this function through the menu.I'm confused on how to register the call backs and actions.can anyone help me in explaining this?
Kindest regards,

RE: How to register callbacks in UG/Open?

I believe this has been addressed in the language conference on the UG BBSnotes site.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst

RE: How to register callbacks in UG/Open?

Hi Loosli,
  Thanx for ur response.I need an webkey to access the UGS site.Is there any other way or site to access those information?

RE: How to register callbacks in UG/Open?

A webkey is free. All you need is access to the license file that has the Webkey access code for your site.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst

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