The main support resources for CADViewer as well as our legacy software packages CADViewer Pro, CADViewer Enterprise and CADViewer JS can be found below:
If you cannot find the support information that you are looking for, please contact us.
An installation of CADViewer contains of three distinct components:
- CADViewer - The Front-End
- Back-End Converters - AutoXchange 2023 (optionally LinkList and DwgMerge)
- Handlers - Connecting the Front-End with the Back-End
Users can choose to install CADViewer as an integrated system, or implement the separate components into their own business logic. The installation of CADViewer is done using our Technical Documentation and Tutorial.
The CADViewer TechDoc will guide you through, how to install and use CADViewer, through the steps below:
- Install CADViewer
- Work with the API
- Use the Reference Samples as Template
- Contact us if you need help
The installation and operation of the main Back-End converter AutoXchange 2023 is described in the AutoXchange 2023 TechDocs. Our Converters are supported on Windows and Linux.
Note: The folder location of the back-end converters are outlined in section CADViewer Back-End CAD Converters Folder Structure, but may change depending on the Handler technology, see Connecting CADViewer and the Back-end Converters below:
Connecting CADViewer and the Back-end Converters
CADViewer needs to connect to the AutoXchange 2023 to process CAD files. We provide Server connectivity modules or Handers based on our CADViewer RestFUL API implemented using the following technologies:
Each of the Handler Sections includes installation guidance and reference Source Code for application programmers to use.
CADViewer Support - General Resource Links
These are the general CADViewer resource links:
Technical Documentation and Tutorial
API Reference and Documentation
AutoXhange 2023 TechDocs
CADViewer 6.1 Online Samples
CADViewer 4.1 All Online Samples
CADViewer JS 2.1 documentation
Legacy Java Versions - CADViewer Pro Support
CADViewer Pro Applet Parameters
How To Increase The Java Applet Memory Limit