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Hello,

 

1)I passed through the NGX FSUIPC offsets list but couldn't any one refers to the outflow valve position indicator position.

How could i read the current position of this indicator?

 

2) I have meet many

difficulties with this C++ SDK.

Could i find somewhere working example of this?(i mean full solution file but no the example included with the SDK)

 

 

thank you very much for you help

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Hello,

 

1)I passed through the NGX FSUIPC offsets list but couldn't any one refers to the outflow valve position indicator position.

How could i read the current position of this indicator?

 

2) I have meet many

difficulties with this C++ SDK.

Could i find somewhere working example of this?(i mean full solution file but no the example included with the SDK)

 

 

 

thank you very much for you help

 

I would suggest a support ticket to PMDG, as I cannot imagine many on here including myself would know the inner workings of the NGX SDK.


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You could take a look at https://sites.google...me/pmdg-connect It contains a few complete vs2010 projects including the pmdg example.

 

If you just want to wire your cockpit to the pmdg you should consider a 100% managed approach, it will make live a lot easier and maintainable.

Right now I only have sioc with a script with just the var definitions for the io which in C# I read, manipulate and send directly to the pmdg, all interrupt based, no line of c++ or extra sioc-script required.

I could refactor this part and submit a new project if you (or someone else) are interested.

 

HTH

Johan

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Thank you very much!!!

I will have a look on the project you sent later, i hope i could use it.

 

What do you mean by "managed approach"?

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Hi!

I'm interested in creating a C # application to read and write data between FSUIPC-PMDG-C #.

Can you help me? Could you pass me some sample code to get started?

Thanks in advance. PS: sorry for my English.

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I'm interested in creating a C # application to read and write data between FSUIPC-PMDG-C #.

Can you help me? Could you pass me some sample code to get started?

 

Full names in the PMDG forums please.

 

PMDG is pretty clear with their SDK support limitations, basically you are on your own.  If you are trying to reach a previous poster from 3 years ago I wish you luck.


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