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SaveToFile2 Method (IPartDoc)

Saves the selected surfaces or solid bodies in the Surface Bodies or Solid Bodies folders or sub-folders to part documents (.sldprt).

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function SaveToFile2( _
   ByVal Name As String, _
   ByVal Options As Integer, _
   ByRef Errors As Integer, _
   ByRef Warnings As Integer _
) As Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IPartDoc
Dim Name As String
Dim Options As Integer
Dim Errors As Integer
Dim Warnings As Integer
Dim value As Boolean
 
value = instance.SaveToFile2(Name, Options, Errors, Warnings)
C# 
bool SaveToFile2( 
   string Name,
   int Options,
   out int Errors,
   out int Warnings
)
C++/CLI 
bool SaveToFile2( 
&   String^ Name,
&   int Options,
&   [Out] int Errors,
&   [Out] int Warnings
) 

Parameters

Name
Name of the part document (.sldprt)
Options
Relevant options indicating how to save the document as defined in swSaveAsOptions_e
Errors
Errors that caused the save to fail as defined in swFileSaveError_e
Warnings
Warnings or extra information generated during the save operation as defined in swFileSaveWarning_e

Return Value

True if the save is successful, false if not
 

See Also

Availability

SolidWorks 2004 SP2, Revision Number 12.2


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