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GetMaterialPropertyName2 Method (IPartDoc)

Gets the names of the material database and the material for the specified configuration.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetMaterialPropertyName2( _
   ByVal ConfigName As String, _
   ByRef Database As String _
) As String
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IPartDoc
Dim ConfigName As String
Dim Database As String
Dim value As String
 
value = instance.GetMaterialPropertyName2(ConfigName, Database)
C# 
string GetMaterialPropertyName2( 
   string ConfigName,
   out string Database
)
C++/CLI 
String^ GetMaterialPropertyName2( 
&   String^ ConfigName,
&   [Out] String^ Database
) 

Parameters

ConfigName
Name of configuration  (see Remarks)
Database
Name of material database

Return Value

Name of material

Example

Remarks

This method gets the name of the material database and an entry in the material database that you need for the XML lookup. Open the database as an XML stream and work with the XML API to get the data.

If...

Then...

Only the default configuration exists for the part

Use "" for ConfigName

A material was not applied to the configuration

Database name and return value are blank

 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2005 FCS, Revision Number 13.0


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