I have a membership pending for the developer network, anyone from Bentley that could give a hand to grant access?
Hi Luc Poulin,
I would just like to have you confirm proper access now. Your use of the BDN Contact Us Form allowed Swarnila Sett to identify that you did not have a necessary GUID registered and she states that this should now be corrected. Could you please check and let us know if the issue is resolved, or continue following up on the BDN Contact Us Form to help ensure your prompt access is provided/restored in the most timely manner possible?
Thank you and HTH,Bob
I can see the BDN content, will explore today/this week ( with my developer(s)) and let you know.
Thank you for your help, well appreciate
Have a good day /week
Gone through the BDN, but could not find any info
Beside having access to the BDN , here what I was looking for ( take from the web side)
«.....The SDK consists of several “C” libraries that are referenced into your Microsoft Visual Studio project to create Windows applications, console applications, custom modules, and services. The SDK also includes focused support for web based applications.....»
If I understand correctly, Luc, you are look for a way to download Bentley SDKs. I would think the SDKs can only be accessed via Software Download area, which you would need a Bentley subscription of some sort to have access to. Probably best to post a request in BDN forum to see if someone from Bentley can give you a specific download link to the SDK that you want.
The above is in assumption that you haven't got any subscription in place with Bentley. If you already have a subscription that allows software download from Bentley, you should be able to download SDKs through the usual process.
That is exact, about the download I'm looking for. We have subscription to Bentley download but so far could not find it, I can give another try.
Any suggestions what I should search for?
Basically we wanted to automate task in ProjectWise and create bridges between several application we have. We have start looking at the PowerShell but we fell we can do more using the SDK. Or at least wanted to explorer what the SDK offer