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GetObject Method (IEdmVault5)

Gets an interface to a SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional object of the specified type and having the specified ID.

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function GetObject( _
   ByVal eType As EdmObjectType, _
   ByVal lObjectID As System.Integer _
) As IEdmObject5
C# 
IEdmObject5 GetObject( 
   EdmObjectType eType,
   System.int lObjectID
)
C++/CLI 
IEdmObject5^ GetObject( 
&   EdmObjectType eType,
&   System.int lObjectID
) 

Parameters

eType
Type of object to get as defined in EdmObjectType
lObjectID
ID of object to get

Return Value

IEdmObject5

Example

Remarks

As of SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional 2008 you can call IEdmVault9::GetObjects to get interfaces to several objects at once, which is more efficient than calling this method multiple times.

C++ users must release the returned pointer, IEdmObject5.

Return codes: 

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • E_EDM_INVALID_ID: The provided ID was not valid.
  • E_EDM_PERMISSION_DENIED: The logged-in user does not have permission to see the requested object.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 5.2


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