With the new release of Teigha 4.3.1, you can attach digital signatures to your .dwg files and validate a .dwg file’s digital signature. A digital signature indicates who the file came from and the file’s state when the digital signature was created, and validation confirms this information.
BOM (Bill Of Materials) Manager is a service class that works with BOM tables, part references and BOM rows. All data held by BOM tables is stored in data containers that call data entries. There are three data entry types: DataEntry, DataEntryPart, and DataEntryBlock. DataEntryPart is connected with part references, and DataEntryBlock is connected with components.
Table elements for .dgn files are supported by Bentley® MicroStation V8i Connect Edition and later. The structure and purpose of .dgn table elements are similar to .dwg table elements. A table is a set of cells arranged in rows and columns. The cells in a table are separated by gridlines, and .dgn table element cells can contain only text data.
To create a .dgn table element:
Thanks to Teigha.NET, C++ developers are not the only CAD developers using Teigha. And C# is not the only language that can be used to design a Teigha.NET based application. Visual Basic can be used as well.
Earlier versions of Teigha included only C# sample applications in the Teigha.NET archive, but now a Visual Basic sample application is included: VBDwgAppSwigMgd.