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Forums » Prof-UIS General Discussion » Problems Adding Prof-UIS to MFC Application Collapse All
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Ivan Ivanov Nov 27, 2006 - 3:42 AM

Here is the problem i have downloaded the freeversion of prof-uis and i have try to follow the instructions from help file
"Adding Scripting: Step-By-Step , Adding Prof-UIS" and there are 29 steps i’m doing the first steps where i have to add directoris of
library, Src, include files but on step 3 where i have to add "#include <Prof-UIS-AutomationPack.h>" the vc++ is saying that this file is mising (in the trial version u have included that file but it’s not woorking) if i skip that step and continue i have
reach step 14 after this TOTAL FAILURE non of other steps can be made

Technical Support Nov 28, 2006 - 10:46 AM

The compiler cannot find the file Prof-UIS-AutomationPack.h because you may have not specified ..\Prof-UIS\ProfAuto in the Additional Include directories list. You can either add this path or include this file like as follows :

#include <../ProfAuto/Prof-UIS-AutomationPack.h>
Please note that ProfAuto is not available in Prof-UIS Freeware.

Ivan Ivanov Nov 29, 2006 - 8:08 AM

ok i’m using Freeware and i can’t add "Prof-UIS-AutomationPack.h" but can you tell can, i be able to add Prof-UIS to my Application without adding that file, and if i can haw to do’it pls tell me or where in the help to look.
I (we) are testing your and we will probably buy it but we wanto see how i’s woorking and also the compatibility with our software.
thanks in advance.

Technical Support Nov 30, 2006 - 1:23 PM

Of course, you can use Prof-UIS without ProfAuto. The later is a standalone COM library which adds scripting facilities to Prof-UIS-based applications. It implements a set of Automation classes for customizing graphical user interface elements at runtime programmatically. If you do not need such features, just do not include the ProfAuto in your project.