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This article shows how to add the CaoRCW .NET framework reference to your Visual Studio project. This applies when using the CAO Engine to communicate to the robot controller and programming in either C# or VB .NET. This article is not intended to aid you on how to use Visual Studio IDE.
Tools and Parts needed
- Visual Studio IDE (This examples uses Visual Studio 2013)
NOTE: The following sample code is provided "AS IS" under the MIT License. Programming support service is out of warranty. Please note that we do not provide any programming support service beyond basic setup and troubleshooting.
After you have created your project in Visual Studio, right-click on the "References" entry under the Solution Explorer section.
Select the "Add Reference..." option. The Reference Manager window should appear.
On the Reference Manager window, perform the following operations:
After clicking "OK", verify that the reference has been added to the References section as shown.
- ORiN 2 Programming Guide - Section 2.5 "Developing client with VB.NET" (C:\ORiN2\CAO\Doc\ORiN2_ProgrammersGuide_en.pdf)
- ORiN 2 - Overview