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LFImageEnable or CAT is only available through installing the SDK?

asked on January 10, 2014

LFImageEnable or CAT is only available through installing the SDK?

 

LFImageEnable is available in LF9? or this was replaced for CAT.

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replied on January 10, 2014

We are strongly recommending that people use CAT and LfImageEnable will not be receiving any new enhancements, but it is still included in the SDK package - both full and runtime. People who already have ImageEnable integrations do not have to rewrite them in CAT if there is no other need to do so - although we'd certainly recommend making anything new in CAT.

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replied on January 10, 2014

The LFImageEnable.dll is not available for version 9. It has been replaced with CAT, which is available through installing the SDK. You can still reference the  8.3 version of the old dll I believe against the 9 client but it is not part of the new SDK. 

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replied on February 7, 2014

Which of these answers is correct. I have SDK 9 but need to run automation against Client 8.3. My understanding is that I cannot use ClientAutomation but have to use lfImageEnable. I cannot find the LFImageEnable.dll so I suspect that John Geist is correct. If so is there anyway to get these SDK libraries?

 

Thanks

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replied on February 7, 2014 Show version history

They're actually both correct but they are both slightly incomplete. There is no version 9 of LFImageEnable.dll, but the older version is included. SDK 9.0 includes LFImageEnable80.dll, which is the latest version we released. The file should be under <x:>\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Laserfiche\LFObjects.

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replied on February 7, 2014

And yes, for Client 8.3 you would need to use ImageEnable - CAT isn't an option until you are using Client 9.0 or later, as it relies on interfaces into the Client that just don't exist until then. My above point was that you can ALSO use ImageEnable on Client 9.0 (it's still backwards compatible) so if you already were using ImageEnable it wouldn't suddenly break, but I'd recommend using CAT if it's an option (such as being on Client 9.0+ already).

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replied on March 13, 2014

I found examples in C# and VB.net for CAT but nothing in Java. Where can I find some examples in Java for CAT ?

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replied on March 13, 2014

CAT is a .net library.

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