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ISetUserTypeLibReferences Method (ISldWorks)

Sets the user-specified type library references.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub ISetUserTypeLibReferences( _
   ByVal NCount As System.Integer, _
   ByRef BstrTlbRef As System.String _
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ISldWorks
Dim NCount As System.Integer
Dim BstrTlbRef As System.String
instance.ISetUserTypeLibReferences(NCount, BstrTlbRef)
void ISetUserTypeLibReferences( 
   System.int NCount,
   ref System.string BstrTlbRef
void ISetUserTypeLibReferences( 
&   System.int NCount,
&   System.String^% BstrTlbRef


Number of user-specified type library references
  • in-process, unmanaged C++: Pointer to an array of strings of the user-specified type library references
  • VBA, VB.NET, C#, and C++/CLI: Not supported

    See In-process Methods for details about this type of method.

  • Remarks

    • An add-in can use this method to add its type library references after the add-in is loaded.

    • A user-specified type library first appears on the list of available references only after adding it and only after recording a macro.

    • User-specified type library references are not persistent across SOLIDWORKS sessions.

    • Only macros created after adding a user-specified type library reference can reference that type library.

    See Type Libraries for details.


    See Also


    SOLIDWORKS 2005 FCS, Revision Number 13.0

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