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CommitUpdate Method (IEdmBatchUpdate2)

Commits all of the file and folder card variable updates in this batch.

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function CommitUpdate( _
   ByRef ppoRetErrors As EdmBatchError2(), _
   Optional ByVal poCallback As EdmCallback _
) As System.Integer
C# 
System.int CommitUpdate( 
   out EdmBatchError2[] ppoRetErrors,
   EdmCallback poCallback
)
C++/CLI 
System.int CommitUpdate( 
&   [Out] array<EdmBatchError2> ppoRetErrors,
&   EdmCallback^ poCallback
) 

Parameters

ppoRetErrors
Array of EdmBatchError2 structures; one structure for each non-critical error that occurred during the update
poCallback
Optional pointer to a class that implements IEdmCallback to get more information during the operation

Return Value

Size of ppoRetErrors array; 0 if no errors

Example

See the IEdmBatchUpdate2 examples.

Remarks

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • S_FALSE: One of the arguments is invalid.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 6.3


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