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ProgressStep Method (IEdmGetOpCallback)

Updates the progress bar.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function ProgressStep( _
   ByVal eType As EdmProgressType, _
   ByVal bsMessage As System.String, _
   ByVal lProgressPos As System.Integer _
) As System.Boolean
System.bool ProgressStep( 
   EdmProgressType eType,
   System.string bsMessage,
   System.int lProgressPos
System.bool ProgressStep( 
&   EdmProgressType eType,
&   System.String^ bsMessage,
&   System.int lProgressPos


Type of progress bar as defined in EdmProgressType
Full path to the processed file
New position of the progress bar pointer

Return Value

True to continue, false to cancel the operation


This method is called periodically by SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional during the operation. IEdmGetOpCallback::ProgressBegin is called before this method is called. Implement this method to update a progress bar and to implement a button that, when clicked, halts the operation.

Return codes:

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

See Also


SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 6.3

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