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CP2071 - Plotting and Publishing Drawings with
CP2071 - Plotting and Publishing Drawings with
Where Am I and Who Should Be Here
Where Am I and Who Should Be Here
Overview
Overview
Who Am I
Who Am I
Session Rules
Session Rules
What You will Need
What You will Need
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Classes
Namespaces
Namespaces
Named Layouts
Named Layouts
Named Layouts
Named Layouts
Named Layouts
Named Layouts
Floating Viewports
Floating Viewports
Floating Viewports
Floating Viewports
Visual Styles and Render Presets
Visual Styles and Render Presets
Visual Styles
Visual Styles
Render Presets
Render Presets
Render Presets
Render Presets
Visual Styles and Render Presets
Visual Styles and Render Presets
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Plot Configurations and Plot Styles
Page Setups
Page Setups
Page Setups
Page Setups
Page Setups
Page Setups
Plot a Layout
Plot a Layout
Plot a Layout
Plot a Layout
Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set
Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set
Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set
Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set
Extras (Examples)
Extras (Examples)
Final Questions…
Final Questions…
Closing Remarks
Closing Remarks
Autodesk, AutoCAD* [*if/when mentioned in the pertinent material,
Autodesk, AutoCAD* [*if/when mentioned in the pertinent material,

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1 CP2071 - Plotting and Publishing Drawings with

CP2071 - Plotting and Publishing Drawings with

NET

Lee Ambrosius – Autodesk, Inc. Principal Content Developer – IPG- AutoCAD Products- User Assistance

2 Where Am I and Who Should Be Here

Where Am I and Who Should Be Here

You are in session: CP2071 - Plotting and Publishing Drawings with .NET You should know: AutoCAD 2013 (or AutoCAD 2010 and later) Visual Studio 2010 (or Visual Studio 2008) VB.NET or C#

3 Overview

Overview

This session will help you automate many of the tasks related to setting up a drawing for plotting or publishing through the Managed .NET API. In this session, you will learn to: Create and import named layouts Create and set the scale of viewport objects Work with visual styles and render presets Access and assign plot configurations, plot styles, and page setups to a layout Plot and publish drawings

4 Who Am I

Who Am I

My name is Lee Ambrosius Principal Content Developer at Autodesk Work on the Customization, Developer, and CAD Administration Documentation AutoCAD user for over 18 years; started on R12 DOS Customizing and programming AutoCAD for 16 years AutoLISP/DCL, VBA, Managed .NET, and ObjectARX/MFC Author/Contributing and Technical Editor on AutoCAD related books and articles AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Bible Series Autodesk White papers, and AUGI HotNews and AUGIWorld

5 Session Rules

Session Rules

A few rules for this session: Silent your mobile phone and any other device If you have to leave at anytime, please do so quietly Questions will be allowed during the session unless we start getting behind Thanks for Your Cooperation

6 What You will Need

What You will Need

You will need the following APIs to utilize the sample code in this session: AcCoreMgd – Access to the editor, publishing and plotting, and defining commands AcDbMgd – Access objects stored in a drawing file AcMgd – Work with the application and user interface AcSmComponents19 – Sheet Set Object

7 Classes

Classes

The classes you will see throughout this session are: DBDictionary – Container for named object dictionaries in the drawing database. DBDictionaryEntry Structure – Limited class that represents a named object dictionary. LayoutManager – Interface that allows you to work with the Layout objects in the current drawing.

8 Classes

Classes

Layout – Stores information and settings used to output model or paper space. Stored as entries in the Layout dictionary. Viewport – Stores the properties of a viewport on a named layout. DBVisualStyle – Container for the settings in which define a visual style that can be applied to a viewport or plot settings. MentalRayRenderSettings – Container for the settings related to the Mental Ray render engine.

9 Classes

Classes

PlotSettingsValidator – Validates the data in a PlotSettings object. PlotSettings Structure – Defines which area of a layout should be and how it should be plotted or published. PlotInfoValidator – Validates the data in a PlotInfo object. PlotInfo – Utility object used to apply device and override settings.

10 Classes

Classes

PlotEngine – Interface to plot or preview one layout, and collect information for a background plot. PlotProgressDialog – Implements a plot progress dialog box. DsdEntryCollection – Container of DsdEntry objects. DsdEntry – Stores information about a sheet/layout for publishing.

11 Classes

Classes

DsdData – Saves and loads DSD files for publishing. Publisher – Sets up event handlers for publishing events and publishes DSD files or selected layouts. PlotConfig – Utility object that used to represent a PC3 file and methods for accessing information about a device. PlotConfigInfo – Limited class that represents a device.

12 Classes

Classes

PlotConfigManager – Access to available plot configurations and plot styles.

13 Namespaces

Namespaces

The namespaces you will see throughout this session are: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices – Classes and structures that represent the objects stored in a drawing file. Autodesk.AutoCAD.PlottingServices – Classes that represent the objects used to work with plotter configuration, plot styles, and the plot engine. Autodesk.AutoCAD.Publishing – Classes that represent the objects used to publish layouts.

14 Named Layouts

Named Layouts

Named layouts are used when outputting a design and represent a physical sheet of paper in a digital drafting environment. Class(es): DBDictionary DBDictionaryEntry Structure LayoutManager Layout Namespace: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices

15 Named Layouts

Named Layouts

You can use the LayoutManager to work with layouts in the current/active document. The LayoutManager provides methods to: Create a new or duplicate a layout Delete a layout Rename a layout When you want to work with layouts that are not in the active document, or are, you must work with the Layout dictionary.

16 Named Layouts

Named Layouts

Example(s): LayoutList – Lists all the layouts in the current document LayoutCreate – Creates a new layout using the LayoutManager LayoutImport – Imports a layout from an external drawing

17 Floating Viewports

Floating Viewports

Floating viewports are created in a paper space block reference, and are used to display and scale Model space geometry for output. Do not confuse floating viewports on layouts with tiled Model space viewports, they are different. Class(es): Viewport Namespace: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices

18 Floating Viewports

Floating Viewports

Example(s) covered: ViewportsCreateFloating – Creates a nonrectangular and rectangular viewports, and then modifies some of its properties Example uses the acedSetCurrentVPort method, which is: Exposed as part of acCore.dll Part of the ObjectARX SDK

19 Visual Styles and Render Presets

Visual Styles and Render Presets

Visual styles and render presets are used to control the way objects appear on screen and during output. Class(es): DBDictionary DBDictionaryEntry Structure DBVisualStyle MentalRayRenderSettings Namespace: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices

20 Visual Styles

Visual Styles

Visual styles are stored and accessed from the VisualStyle dictionary. You can: List which visual styles are in a drawing Create a new or duplicate a visual style Modify, delete, or rename a visual style Set a visual style current You apply a visual style to: A viewport Plot settings (of a layout or page setup)

21 Render Presets

Render Presets

Two types of render presets are supported: standard and custom Standard render presets cannot be modified (these are Low, Medium, …), and are not stored in a drawing but rather the application. Custom render presets are stored in the ACAD_RENDER_SETTINGS dictionary. To assign a render preset to a viewport or plot setting, a copy of the render preset must be created in the ACAD_RENDER_PLOT_SETTINGS dictionary and then assigned to the viewport or plot setting.

22 Render Presets

Render Presets

You can: List which custom render presets are in a drawing List which render presets are assigned to a viewport or plot setting Create a new or duplicate a custom render preset Modify, delete, or rename a custom render preset Set a render preset current You apply a render preset to: A viewport Plot settings (of a layout or page setup)

23 Visual Styles and Render Presets

Visual Styles and Render Presets

Example(s) covered: VisualStyleList – Lists the visual styles in the current document VisualStyleCreate – Creates and modifies a visual style RenderPresetsList – Lists the render presets in the current drawing RenderPresetsCreate – Creates and modifies a render preset, and then sets the new render preset current

24 Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

Plot configurations are used to define the properties of an output device that represents a physical or virtual device. Plot styles control the appearance of objects on screen and during output, and they come in two different types: color-dependent and named styles. Class(es): PlotSettingsValidator PlotSettings Structure Namespace: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices

25 Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

The PlotSettingsValidator allows you to determine which plot configurations and plot styles are available. Use the PlotStyleMode property of the Database to determine which type of plot style (CTB or STB) is currently being used in a drawing. PlotStyleMode = 0, STB plot styles are being used PlotStyleMode = 1, CTB plot styles are being used

26 Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

Plot Configurations and Plot Styles

Example(s) covered: PlotterList – Lists the available plotter configuration (PC3) files PlotterMediaList – Lists the available media sizes for a specified PC3 file PlotStyleList – Lists the available plot style files

27 Page Setups

Page Setups

Page setups are named objects that store plot settings used to control the display of objects on a layout and during the output of a drawing. Class(es): DBDictionary DBDictionaryEntry Structure PlotSettingsValidator PlotSetting LayoutManager Layout

28 Page Setups

Page Setups

Namespace: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices You can: List the available page setups in the drawing Create a new or duplicate a page setup Modify, delete, or rename a page setup Assign a page setup to a layout

29 Page Setups

Page Setups

Example(s) covered: PageSetupList – Lists the available page setups in a drawing PageSetupCreateEdit – Creates and edits a page setup PageSetupAssignToLayout – Assigns a page setup to a layout LayoutChangePlotSettings – Changes the plot settings of a layout

30 Plot a Layout

Plot a Layout

Plotting a layout allows it to be shared with individuals that do not have AutoCAD in a hardcopy or electronic format. Class(es): PlotSettingsValidator PlotSettings PlotInfoValidator PlotInfo LayoutManager Layout

PlotEngine PlotProgressDialog

31 Plot a Layout

Plot a Layout

Namespaces: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices Autodesk.AutoCAD.PlottingServices Example(s) covered: PlotLayout – Plots the current layout to a DWF file

32 Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set

Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set

Publishing allows you to output multiple layouts in a single operation, without having to open each drawing first. Class(es): DsdEntryCollection DsdEntry DsdData PlotProgressDialog

Publisher PlotConfig PlotConfigInfo PlotConfigManager

33 Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set

Publish Multiple Layouts or a Sheet Set

Namespaces: Autodesk.AutoCAD.DatabaseServices Autodesk.AutoCAD.PlottingServices Autodesk.AutoCAD.Publishing Example(s) covered: PublishSheetSet – Publishes each layout in a sheet set to a DWF file PublishPDF – Publishes two layouts to a PDF file

34 Extras (Examples)

Extras (Examples)

Other layout examples: LayoutCreateFrom – Clones/duplicates another layout LayoutRemove – Removes a layout LayoutRename – Renames a layout LayoutReorder – Reorders the layouts in a drawing

35 Final Questions…

Final Questions…

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Going Once… Going Twice…

36 Closing Remarks

Closing Remarks

Thanks for choosing this session and hope you got something out of it. Do not forget to complete the evaluation online. If you have any further questions today, tomorrow, next week, or even a year from not, feel free to contact me using via: email: lee.ambrosius@autodesk.com twitter: http://twitter.com/leeambrosius Enjoy the rest of the conference.

37 Autodesk, AutoCAD* [*if/when mentioned in the pertinent material,

Autodesk, AutoCAD* [*if/when mentioned in the pertinent material,

followed by an alphabetical list of all other trademarks mentioned in the material] are registered trademarks or trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective holders. Autodesk reserves the right to alter product and services offerings, and specifications and pricing at any time without notice, and is not responsible for typographical or graphical errors that may appear in this document. © 2012 Autodesk, Inc. All rights reserved.

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