OHIO Reference

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The file zohio.ocx has to be registered and placed in the directory as zhllap32.dll, which works in out-of-process mode, allowing any z/Scope version to be controlled by OHIO by a separate process. The entry points are taken from this file.

The class ohiomanager is accessed through zohio.ohiomanager. For example:


Visual Basic:




var OHIOManager = new



For a complete reference of the OHIO API, refer to the following sections:


OHIO Containment Hierarchy
OHIO Inheritance Hierarchy
Programming Reference