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EdmAddInInfo Structure
Provides SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional with information about your add-in. 

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Structure EdmAddInInfo 
   Inherits System.ValueType
C# 
public struct EdmAddInInfo : System.ValueType 
C++/CLI 
public value class EdmAddInInfo : public System.ValueType 

Example

struct EdmAddInInfo{
  string mbsAddInName;
  string mbsCompany;
  string mbsDescription;
  integer mlAddInVersion;
  integer mlRequiredVersionMajor;
  integer mlRequiredVersionMinor;
};

Example

Remarks

Returned by IEdmAddIn5::GetAddInInfo.

The data is displayed in the Administrate Add-ins dialog box. If your add-in relies on features in a specific version of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional, make it impossible to load the add-in in older versions of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional by populating the mlRequiredVersionMajor and mlRequiredVersionMinor members.

C++ programmers must set string members to strings allocated with the Win32 function SysAllocString.

See Also

Availability

Version 5.2 of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional


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