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Create Auto Route Example (C#)

This example shows how to connect two points using the Auto Route interface.

//----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Preconditions:
// 1. In SOLIDWORKS, click Tools > Add-Ins > SOLIDWORKS Routing.
//
2. In the IDE, right-click the project, select Add Reference,
//    browse install_dir\api\redist\CLR2, and click
//    SolidWorks.Interop.SWRoutingLib.dll
).
// 3. In Tools > Options > System Options > Routing > Routing File Locations,
//    add the locations of your SOLIDWORKS routing files.
// 4. Open a routing assembly that contains Route1 and two sketch points.
// 5. Modify the swModel.Extension.SelectByID2 parameters to select two sketch
//    points through which to auto route.
// 6. Select the assembly that contains Route1 in the FeatureManager design tree.
// 7. Open an Immediate Window.
//
// Postconditions: Auto Route connects the selected sketch points.
//
// NOTE: Because the assembly is used elsewhere, do not save changes.
//---------------------------------------------------------------------------


using SolidWorks.Interop.sldworks;
using SolidWorks.Interop.swconst;
using SolidWorks.Interop.SWRoutingLib;
using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
namespace CreateAutoRoute_CSharp.csproj
{
    
partial class SolidWorksMacro
    {

        
public void Main()
        {
            
ModelDoc2 swModel = default(ModelDoc2);
            
AssemblyDoc swTopLevelAssembly = default(AssemblyDoc);
            
RouteManager rtRouteManager = default(RouteManager);
            
AutoRoute autoRoute = default(AutoRoute);
            
int resultCode = 0;
            
Boolean boolstatus = false;

            swModel = (
ModelDoc2)swApp.ActiveDoc;
            swTopLevelAssembly = (
AssemblyDoc)swModel;

            
// Get the RouteManager from the top-level assembly
            rtRouteManager = (RouteManager)swTopLevelAssembly.GetRouteManager();
            
if (rtRouteManager == null)
            {
                
Debug.Print("No RouteManager found in top-level document");
                
return;
            }

            rtRouteManager.EditRoute();
            autoRoute = (
AutoRoute)rtRouteManager.GetAutoRoute();
            autoRoute.ShowGuidelines();
            boolstatus = swModel.Extension.SelectByID2(
"Point3", "SKETCHPOINT", -0.457835, 0.10795, -0.2032, true, 0, null, 0);
            boolstatus = swModel.Extension.SelectByID2(
"Point8", "SKETCHPOINT", -0.218948, 0.0508, -0.470281, true, 0, null, 0);
            resultCode = autoRoute.CreatePointToPointAutoRoute(2);
            rtRouteManager.ExitRoute();

            swTopLevelAssembly.EditAssembly();
        }


        
public SldWorks swApp;


    }
}



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