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GetFirstTransitionPosition Method (IEdmState5)

Starts an enumeration of the transitions to and from this workflow state.

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetFirstTransitionPosition( _
   Optional ByVal bExitTransitions As System.Boolean _
) As IEdmPos5
C# 
IEdmPos5 GetFirstTransitionPosition( 
   System.bool bExitTransitions
)
C++/CLI 
IEdmPos5^ GetFirstTransitionPosition( 
&   System.bool bExitTransitions
) 

Parameters

bExitTransitions
Optionally true to enumerate the transitions from this workflow state, false to enumerate the transition to this workflow state; default is true

Return Value

IEdmPos5; position in the list of the first transition to or from this workflow state (see Remarks)

Example

Remarks

After calling this method, pass the returned position of the first transition to or from this workflow state to IEdmState5::GetNextTransition to get the first transition to or from this workflow state. Then call IEdmState5::GetNextTransition repeatedly to get the rest of the transitions to and from this workflow state.

C++ programmers not using smart-pointer wrapper functions must release the returned interface, IEdmPos5.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 5.2


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