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Interop.INFITF.dll where is that from?

Interop.INFITF.dll where is that from?

Interop.INFITF.dll where is that from?


I have to do some automation in VBA or VB.Net as there is not CAA API for the commands I want to use.

One of them is "Delete Useless Elements" (in Tools, when you are in the Part Design Workbench)

I found a thread where they speaking about Product reordering in CATIA V5 VBA.
"itsmyjob" shared an awesome solution build in VB.net (https://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=445034)

For the debug capabilities and for the robustness, I would also prefer to do VB.net.

In "itsmyjob" solution and other solutions. The dev using:

Question: Where I’m I suppose to get those? Where are they from?


RE: Interop.INFITF.dll where is that from?

Hello Tesak,

Nice! That allowed me to connect some dot in my head.

I found the objects I need in the object browser and I can see from there which lib/tlb that I need to add my project references.

I'm able to build and execute.

But I don't get theses dll. Would you know how they get built?



RE: Interop.INFITF.dll where is that from?

TLB stand for TypeLibrary and basically it is just a description of COM object(s) (its properties and methods), but the real implementation of objects is compiled into DLL files. Through these files are COM objects available to other external applications (or DLLs).

https://scripts4all.eu/play-tetris-in-catia-v5-dra... - Play Tetris in CATIA V5 drawing

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