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Integration MIMS with MS Visual Studio .NEt

Integration MIMS with MS Visual Studio .NEt

Integration MIMS with MS Visual Studio .NEt

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Dear All,

I would like to build a solution that integrate MIMS with MS Visual Studio .NET. Is there any one who has the same experience and would like to share, please?

Thanx in advance

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Regards,

Jan Simarmata

RE: Integration MIMS with MS Visual Studio .NEt

Hi,
We are developing using ASP.Net, VB.Net and MIMS Connector.  The main problem we have had so far is multithreading the MIMSX.dll on a webserver, which Mincom has fixed in a recent version of MIMSX.  But apart from that it all just works.  In your .Net project add a reference to the MIMSX dll, and then you do the standard blockes/requests/instances...


Cheers,

Steve

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