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ErrorCheck Method (IDocument)

Checks the integrity of this document and optionally corrects errors.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub ErrorCheck( _
   bool FixErrors As System.Boolean, _
   long* ProcessedEntitiesNumber As System.Integer, _
   long* ErrorsNumber As System.Integer, _
   long* FixedErrorsNumber As System.Integer, _
   dsStringArray* ReportStrArray As System.Object _
void ErrorCheck( 
   System.bool FixErrors,
   out System.int ProcessedEntitiesNumber,
   out System.int ErrorsNumber,
   out System.int FixedErrorsNumber,
   out System.object ReportStrArray
   FixErrors : Boolean
) : {
   ProcessedEntitiesNumber : Number,
   ErrorsNumber : Number,
   FixedErrorsNumber : Number,
   ReportStrArray : Array
COM native C++ 
HRESULT ErrorCheck( 
   VARIANT_BOOL FixErrors,
   LONG* ProcessedEntitiesNumber,
   LONG* ErrorsNumber,
   LONG* FixedErrorsNumber,
   VARIANT* ReportStrArray
DSRESULT ErrorCheck( 
   bool FixErrors,
   long* ProcessedEntitiesNumber,
   long* ErrorsNumber,
   long* FixedErrorsNumber,
   dsStringArray* ReportStrArray


True to fix errors, false to not
Number of entities that were processed
Number of errors found
Number of errors fixed
ReportStrArray[out] or Return Value
Array of strings of the error messages

See Also


DraftSight V1R1.4

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