The relevant error is in the syslog:
Verifying C:\Users\ricardo\Desktop\asd\ClassLibrary1.dll for NXOpen signature. NXOpen.Utilities.MissingResourceException: Assembly has not been compiled with an NX resource bundle em NXOpen.Utilities.ResourceUtilities..ctor(Byte assemblyData) em NXOpen.Utilities.BaseSession.verifyAssembly(String filename, Boolean& alliance_mode, SignatureType signTypeNeeded) Validation failed Caught exception while running: Main NXOpen.Utilities.NeedDOTNETAuthorLicenseException: Invalid NX signature found em NXOpen.Utilities.BaseSession.InitLicense() em NXOpen.Session.GetSession() em ClassLibrary1.NXJournal.Main() na C:\Users\gmanucci\documents\visual studio 2010\Projects\ClassLibrary1\ClassLibrary1\Class1.v
This is saying that you do not have a NX Open .Net Author license available and the .dll you are running was not signed with the license.
See the "Signing Process" article in the NX Programming Tools documentation (NX Open -> NX Open Programmer's Guide -> License Checking -> Signing Process)
It doesn't depend on what IDE you use to compile the DLL, it depends on the way NX DLLs must be signed.
Follow the instructions to include the signing resource and on how to sign a DLL for use with NX as pointed out in the other post.
You also have to make sure you have a NXOpen Author license available when signing the DLL.
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