The install doesn't place any assemblies in the GAC or System32 directories. Everything is installed under C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion SDK.
Could you clarify what you are expecting to see in Visual Studio? The VBClient and CSClient projects are just sample code - you have to build them.
Thanks for the replay. I had assumed, as with other SDK's I have used that where were specific (in this case SWIS) assemblies for the API calls prebuilt for each language, but if I understand you correctly the examples are the unbuilt assemblies. I might have found that out if I could have opened the examples (C# or VB), but I have VS 2010 and when I attempted to open them I got an error stating the Projects were incompatible and VS could not open them. From that error I assumed the examples (SDK 1.10) were created with 2013.
I found the VB Import and C# Using statements I referenced by opening the Program.cs and Module.vb in notepad. Assuming the .msi placed the assemblies in the GAC, I attempted to create a new VB and C# program in VS 2010 assuming the namespaces would be referenceable, What do you suggest if I am limited to VS 2010?
Looking through the files in notepad it looks as though the SWIS API is handled completely through a WCF service reference. Sorry for any confusion or time spent.
Do you know if anyone has written a library wrapper around the service reference?