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OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated Method (IPropertyManagerPage2Handler8)

Obsolete. Superseded by IPropertyManagerPage2Handler9::OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated( _
   ByVal Id As System.Integer, _
   ByVal Status As System.Boolean _
) As System.Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IPropertyManagerPage2Handler8
Dim Id As System.Integer
Dim Status As System.Boolean
Dim value As System.Integer
value = instance.OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated(Id, Status)
System.int OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated( 
   System.int Id,
   System.bool Status
System.int OnWindowFromHandleControlCreated( 
&   System.int Id,
&   System.bool Status


ID of this .NET control
True if the .NET control is successfully created; false if not

Return Value

If Status = true, return nothing

If Status = false, return an action as defined in swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_e

(see Remarks)


If the .NET control is not successfully created (Status = false), the program creating the PropertyManager page should receive notification from this handler. Return one of the following options in swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_e:


  • swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_Cancel. Continue creating the PropertyManager page without the .NET control. This is the default.

  • swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_Retry. Try to create the .NET control again. You can call the IPropertyManagerPageWindowFromHandle::SetWindowHandle method to change the .NET control handle to perhaps use another similar control or another version of the control, and then return swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_Retry. Avoid an endless loop situation.

  • swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_Continue. Cancel creating PropertyManager page. For example, it might be that the PropertyManager page is useless without the control, so the calling add-in might want to quit and handle the situation on its own.

For example if the control is created successfully, then SOLIDWORKS passes Status = true to the add-in, and nothing is returned. If the control fails to be created, SOLIDWORKS passes Status = false to the add-in, and the handler returns swHandleWindowFromHandleCreationFailure_Continue.


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2011 FCS, Revision Number 19.0

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