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DAssemblyDocEvents_ComponentStateChangeNotify2EventHandler Delegate (SolidWorks.Interop.sldworks)

Fired whenever the state of a component within this assembly changes.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Delegate Function DAssemblyDocEvents_ComponentStateChangeNotify2EventHandler( _
   ByVal componentModel As System.Object, _
   ByVal CompName As System.String, _
   ByVal oldCompState As System.Short, _
   ByVal newCompState As System.Short _
) As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As New DAssemblyDocEvents_ComponentStateChangeNotify2EventHandler(AddressOf HandlerMethod)
C# 
public delegate System.int DAssemblyDocEvents_ComponentStateChangeNotify2EventHandler( 
   System.object componentModel,
   System.string CompName,
   System.short oldCompState,
   System.short newCompState
)
C++/CLI 
public delegate System.int DAssemblyDocEvents_ComponentStateChangeNotify2EventHandler( 
&   System.Object^ componentModel,
&   System.String^ CompName,
&   System.short oldCompState,
&   System.short newCompState
)

Parameters

componentModel
IComponent2
CompName
Name of the component
oldCompState
Previous state of the component as defined in swComponentSuppressionState_e
newCompState
New state of the component as defined in swComponentSuppressionState_e

Remarks

If developing a C++ application, use swAssemblyComponentStateChangeNotify2 to register for this notification.

SolidWorks fires this event on this assembly document even if it is not the active document. However, SolidWorks does not generate this notification if a part is explicitly opened by the user or opened programmatically. In this situation, SolidWorks resolves the component part in any open assembly that references the part. Your application must recognize this by watching for the SolidWorks event FileOpenNotify2.

When a component is resolved or unsuppressed, its model document becomes available to your application. Within this notification, you can get this object and register for other events. This might be useful for project data management (PDM) applications that want to ask the user to check out the assembly component if the user tries to make changes.

Availability

SolidWorks 2001Plus SP1, Revision Number 10.1


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