Join Josh Modglin for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with transactions, part of AutoCAD Add-ins Using VB.NET.
- [Narrator] Now that we've learned about object ID's,…and we're learning a little bit more about the database,…it's time to take advantage of those ID's.…Now we're going to work with transactions in this exercise.…Transactions are the means to make modifications…and really even to get…an object from the drawing database.…Think of a transaction just as you would a bank transaction.…The analogy works this way.…
If you wanted to know…how much money was in your bank account,…you would need to provide the teller,…or even the internet…your bank account number.…You would have to provide some type of unique ID.…That unique ID then would require…you the means to create a transaction.…Now even if you don't want to transfer money,…a transaction is anytime you open up…that database and you're looking at the information.…
If you're looking at the information…or whether you're modifying the information,…it's a transaction.…Now if you have any modifications or at anytime,…you want to save those modifications,…you commit that transaction…
- Creating a project using the Autodesk wizard
- Creating classes, command routines, and functions
- Manually creating projects
- Basic .NET functionality
- Working with database properties
- Working with transactions and TableRecords
- Getting a user-specified point and distance
- Creating and inheriting a base class object
- Creating a window interface
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Working with the Microsoft Visual Studio Development Environment
2. Creating Your First Project
3. Basic .NET Functionality
4. AutoCAD ApplicationServices Namespace
Creating a new drawing5m 40s
5. AutoCAD DatabaseServices Namespace
6. AutoCAD EditorInput Namespace
7. Class Object Fundamentals
8. Creating a Window Interface
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