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In xDX click on Help->Documentation and Info Hub. You should see a section that says "Automation and Scripting Documents" and below that it should say "View a list of all the installed automation documentation". Click on that and you will find the xDX Designer Automation reference. You should also look at the AATK (AutoActiveToolKit_v1234.docx, Mentor Graphics Userware Toolbox download | SourceForge.net) toolkit that Kendall Hiles maintains, a lot of good examples there
Thank you very much for your answers, but I need some more details as I still need the file name (of documentation)
- in order to discover the right pdf In our system to help finding the solution to the problem because the help web don't work.
I search the file that explain how to create a menus in xdx
Hi Esther - take a look at the 'Common Automation Reference document in your install (auto_common_useref.pdf) it explains the basics. Chapter 4 is about the Commandbar server.
But you may as well use the shortcuts that are mentioned above (AATK and other suggestions) - they will provide you with working examples of how it is done.
If you search this Community for 'DxDEsigner menus' you will also see a number of interesting hits, like this one
IMO there is no reason to reinvent the wheel - peronally I started with the ATTK menus and worked from there.
Look for dxdesigner_auto.pdf