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    Exclamation foo.ARX is an invalid file.

    Hello,

    I have a project configured for Visual Studio 2002 (VC70) and ObjectARX 2005, when build to the out folder, the code generated its a resource.dll, and some .arx files, one have dependencies with the other, and compiles with no errors, but when i try to load the main arx file in Map 3D 2005, appear a message saying that the file is an invalid arx file.
    any idea to test if the ARX file is a valid version for Map 2005?
    Some wrong on DLL export table?

    Thanxs

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    Default Re: foo.ARX is an invalid file.

    While you wait here, you might try posting in the ObjectARX newsgroup over at Autodesk.

    http://discussion.autodesk.com/forum.jspa?forumID=34
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    Default Re: foo.ARX is an invalid file.

    What is the structure of your project? Is foo the name of your main dll, or a referenced dll?
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