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GetRevisionNumberComponents2 Method (IEdmRevisionMgr2)

Gets the specified revision number components in the vault.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub GetRevisionNumberComponents2( _
   ByVal oNameIDorEmpty As System.Object, _
   ByRef ppoRetData As EdmRevComponent2() _
void GetRevisionNumberComponents2( 
   System.object oNameIDorEmpty,
   out EdmRevComponent2[] ppoRetData
void GetRevisionNumberComponents2( 
&   System.Object^ oNameIDorEmpty,
&   [Out] array<EdmRevComponent2> ppoRetData


Name or ID of revision number component to retrieve, null to retrieve all components (see Remarks)
Array of EdmRevComponent2 structures; one structure for each revision number component



If oNameIDorEmpty is a positive integer, it is interpreted as the ID of the component to retrieve. If it is a negative integer, it is interpreted as a revision number, and all components with that revision number are returned.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.

See Also


SolidWorks Enterprise PDM 2007 SP03

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