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GetConfigurations Method (IEdmFile5)

Gets a list of names of the configurations for the specified version of this file.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetConfigurations( _
   Optional ByRef poVersionNoOrRevisionName As System.Object _
) As EdmStrLst5
EdmStrLst5 GetConfigurations( 
   ref System.object poVersionNoOrRevisionName
EdmStrLst5^ GetConfigurations( 
&   System.Object^% poVersionNoOrRevisionName


Version number or revision name; 0 or empty string to get configurations for the latest version of this file

Return Value




Some file types, such as files from AutoCAD and SOLIDWORKS, can contain several configurations or layouts. These configurations are visible as pages in the SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional file data cards.

C++ users not using smart pointer wrapper functions must release the returned interface, IEdmStrLst5.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • E_EDM_PERMISSION_DENIED: The logged-in user does not have read-access to the specified version or revision.

See Also


SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 5.2

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