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ExcludeFromBOM Property (IComponent2)

Gets or sets whether to exclude a component from the bill of materials.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Property ExcludeFromBOM As System.Boolean
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As IComponent2
Dim value As System.Boolean
instance.ExcludeFromBOM = value
value = instance.ExcludeFromBOM
System.bool ExcludeFromBOM {get; set;}
property System.bool ExcludeFromBOM {
   System.bool get();
   void set ( &   System.bool value);

Property Value

True to exclude the component from the bill of materials, false to include the component in the bill of materials


This property applies to table-based bill of materials; it does not apply to Microsoft Excel-based bill of materials.

If you change this property to True, the name of the component in the FeatureManager design tree changes; (Excluded from BOM) is appended to the name of the component in the FeatureManager design tree. To update the FeatureManager design tree, call IFeatureManager::UpdateFeatureTree.

See Also


SOLIDWORKS 2005 SP1, Revision Number 13.1

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