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GetFirstParentPosition Method (IEdmReference5)

Obsolete. Superseded by IEdmReference7::GetFirstParentPosition2.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetFirstParentPosition( _
   ByVal lVersionOrZero As System.Integer, _
   ByVal bGetAllParentVersions As System.Boolean _
) As IEdmPos5
IEdmPos5 GetFirstParentPosition( 
   System.int lVersionOrZero,
   System.bool bGetAllParentVersions
IEdmPos5^ GetFirstParentPosition( 
&   System.int lVersionOrZero,
&   System.bool bGetAllParentVersions


Non-zero value enumerates the files referencing the specified version of the file; argument is ignored if value is 0
True to return all versions, of all parents, referencing this file; false to return on the latest referencing version

Return Value

Position of first file referencing this file


Pass the position to IEdmReference6::GetNextParent to continue to enumerate all of the parent files.

C++ programmers not using smart-pointer wrapper functions must release the position.

Return code S_OK indicates that the method successfully executed.


See Also


Version 5.2 of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional

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