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Liam
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Pinned topic ReqPro Extensibility and how to to compile

‏2009-05-21T12:37:16Z |
The source code is made available for add-ins to ReqPro (e.g. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/5064.html). Now this looks this is for a VS 6.0 build - but there is no project build file, only the raw source code, for this so I am not sure.

Now I want to use the examples as a basis to work from and build my own ReqPro Add-In. I have Visual Studio 2005 available for compiling. Can someone provide me with a very basis step-by-step guide how to build an add-in and include the RPX calls.

I am sure people will be able to quickly point me out a link on the IBM site, but after many hours searching I can't find the detail I am looking for. Or if someone can sent me a VS2005 project that would be even better :)

Thanks, Liam
Updated on 2010-12-06T21:11:05Z at 2010-12-06T21:11:05Z by EdwardOverton
  • Liam
    Liam
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    Re: ReqPro Extensibility and how to to compile

    ‏2009-06-16T13:23:15Z  in response to Liam
    Can ANYONE help?
  • EdwardOverton
    EdwardOverton
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    Re: ReqPro Extensibility and how to to compile

    ‏2010-12-06T21:11:05Z  in response to Liam
    I am not sure how to do it in VB Studio. In VBA tools->references->make sure RequisitePro Extensibility Interface, RequisitePro GUI Application, RqCallBack, RqQueryEngine
    are checked, then OK. Then Compile your project.