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SetSensorDetailsForGraphsAndPlots Method (ICWStudyResultOptions)

Sets how plot data for response graphs is saved.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetSensorDetailsForGraphsAndPlots( _
   ByVal NSensorOption As System.Integer, _
   ByVal SSensorName As System.String _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICWStudyResultOptions
Dim NSensorOption As System.Integer
Dim SSensorName As System.String
instance.SetSensorDetailsForGraphsAndPlots(NSensorOption, SSensorName)
void SetSensorDetailsForGraphsAndPlots( 
   System.int NSensorOption,
   System.string SSensorName
void SetSensorDetailsForGraphsAndPlots( 
&   System.int NSensorOption,
&   System.String^ SSensorName



Sensor option as defined in swsResultOptionsSensorOption_e

Sensor name; valid only if NSensorOption = swsResultOptionsSensorOption_e.swsResultOptionsSensorOption_SpecificSensor


This method is valid only if ICWStudyResultOptions::SaveResultsForSolutionStepsOption = swsSaveResultsOption_e.swsSaveResultsOption_ForSpecifiedSolutionSteps.

See Also


SolidWorks Simulation API 2012 SP0

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