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CreateTree Method (IEdmBatchUnlock)

Creates the file reference tree.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CreateTree( _
   ByVal lParentWnd As System.Integer, _
   ByVal lEdmUnlockBuildTreeFlags As System.Integer, _
   Optional ByVal poCallback As IEdmUnlockOpCallback _
) As System.Boolean
System.bool CreateTree( 
   System.int lParentWnd,
   System.int lEdmUnlockBuildTreeFlags,
   IEdmUnlockOpCallback poCallback
System.bool CreateTree( 
&   System.int lParentWnd,
&   System.int lEdmUnlockBuildTreeFlags,
&   IEdmUnlockOpCallback^ poCallback


Parent window handle
Combination of EdmUnlockBuildTreeFlags bits
IEdmUnlockOpCallback; optional callback that you can implement to receive more information about the unlock operation

Return Value

True if at least one file is valid for the operation, false if no files are valid for the operation


See the IEdmBatchUnlock examples.


See the IEdmBatchUnlock remarks for information about using this method.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • S_FALSE: One of the arguments is invalid.

See Also


Version 6.3 of SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM

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