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VerUpgrade_ReferenceCheck Method (IEdmRevisionMgr3)

Finds parts that are referenced by assemblies and where the referenced part version is not the latest version.

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub VerUpgrade_ReferenceCheck( _
   ByVal poFiles() As EdmSelItem, _
   ByRef ppoWrongRefs As EdmCheckRef() _
) 
C# 
void VerUpgrade_ReferenceCheck( 
   EdmSelItem[] poFiles,
   out EdmCheckRef[] ppoWrongRefs
)
C++/CLI 
void VerUpgrade_ReferenceCheck( 
&   array<EdmSelItem>^ poFiles,
&   [Out] array<EdmCheckRef> ppoWrongRefs
) 

Parameters

poFiles
Array of EdmSelItem structures; one structure for each assembly file for which to find references
ppoWrongRefs
Array of EdmCheckRef structures; one structure for each part that is referenced in an earlier version than the lastest version

Remarks

You need to be logged in as a user that has permission to update revision numbers (EdmSysRightFlags.EdmSysRight_ModifyRevisionNumbers) in order to use this method. The reason you need this high level of permission is that this method overrides read permission on the files and returns files that the logged-in user lacks permission to see.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM 2009


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