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IsModelOutOfDate Method (IView)

Gets whether the model in this drawing view is up-to-date with the current model.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function IsModelOutOfDate() As System.Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IView
Dim value As System.Boolean
value = instance.IsModelOutOfDate()
System.bool IsModelOutOfDate()
System.bool IsModelOutOfDate(); 

Return Value

True if the view is out of date, false if not


A model can be out-of-date in a Detached drawing where the model is not loaded, if any of the views in any of the sheets in the drawing refers to a model that has been modified and saved to disk since this drawing was last saved. This situation is flagged upon opening a document as well.


If you are using ISldWorks::OpenDoc6 with the silent option enabled, this warning is returned via the Warnings argument by value swFileLoadWarning_ModelOutOfDate. If you print this drawing and have the swRapidDraftPrintOutOfSynchWaterMark user preference enabled (see ISldWorks::SetUserPreferenceToggle), then the printout will indicate this drawing as being out-of-synch.


See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2001Plus SP1, Revision Number 10.1

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