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mbsPicturePath Field
Points to an image file (e.g., .jpg, .bmp, .png, etc.)  that can be set using IEdmUser10::SetUserDataEx.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public mbsPicturePath As System.String
public System.string mbsPicturePath
System.String^ mbsPicturePath


The member can be set to an empty or null string to remove the user's picture.

If you call IEdmUser10::GetUserDataEx, then this field points to the user's picture cached to the client computer disk. This is the cache used bySolidWorks Enterprise PDM, so you should not delete the file from that location.

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