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GetFirstTransitionPosition Method (IEdmWorkflow6)

Starts an enumeration of the state transitions in this workflow.

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetFirstTransitionPosition() As IEdmPos5
C# 
IEdmPos5 GetFirstTransitionPosition()
C++/CLI 
IEdmPos5^ GetFirstTransitionPosition(); 

Return Value

IEdmPos5; position of the first workflow state transition in the enumeration

Example

Remarks

After calling this method, pass the returned position of the first workflow state transition to IEdmWorkflow6::GetNextTransition to get the first workflow state transition in this list. Then call IEdmWorkflow6::GetNextTransition repeatedly to get the rest of the workflow state transitions.

C++ users 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 6.0


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