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BrowseForFolder2 Method (IEdmVault11)

Displays a Browse for Folder dialog box in which the user can click a file or item folder.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function BrowseForFolder2( _
   ByVal hParentWnd As System.Integer, _
   ByVal bsMessage As System.String, _
   ByVal poDefaultFolder As IEdmFolder5, _
   ByVal lFlags As System.Integer _
) As IEdmFolder5
IEdmFolder5 BrowseForFolder2( 
   System.int hParentWnd,
   System.string bsMessage,
   IEdmFolder5 poDefaultFolder,
   System.int lFlags
IEdmFolder5^ BrowseForFolder2( 
&   System.int hParentWnd,
&   System.String^ bsMessage,
&   IEdmFolder5^ poDefaultFolder,
&   System.int lFlags


Parent window handle
Message to display in the dialog box
IEdmFolder5; default folder to browse
Combination of EdmBrowseForFolderFlag bits

Return Value

IEdmFolder5; Null if the user clicks Cancel (see Remarks)



This method supersedes IEdmVault5::BrowseForFolder by providing the ability to select items.

C++ users must release the returned interface, IEdmFolder5.

Return codes: 


See Also


SOLIDWORKS Enterprise PDM 2010

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