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GetRunningCommandInfo Method (ISldWorks)

Get a command's ID or PropertyManager page's command ID, title, and whether it is active in the user-interface.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub GetRunningCommandInfo( _
   ByRef CommandID As Integer, _
   ByRef PMTitle As String, _
   ByRef IsUiActive As Boolean _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim CommandID As Integer
Dim PMTitle As String
Dim IsUiActive As Boolean
instance.GetRunningCommandInfo(CommandID, PMTitle, IsUiActive)
void GetRunningCommandInfo( 
   out int CommandID,
   out string PMTitle,
   out bool IsUiActive
void GetRunningCommandInfo( 
&   [Out] int CommandID,
&   [Out] String^ PMTitle,
&   [Out] bool IsUiActive


Command's ID or PropertyManager page's command ID as defined in swCommands_e
Title of PropertyManager page
True if command or PropertyManager page is active in the user-interface, false if not



Before using this method, you must add a reference to the SolidWorks commands type library or DLL to access the SolidWorks commands.


See Also


SolidWorks 2011 FCS, Revision Number 19.0

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