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SetVar Method (IEdmBatchUpdate2)

Adds a file card variable to the batch of variables to update.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub SetVar( _
   ByVal lFileID As System.Integer, _
   ByVal lVariableID As System.Integer, _
   ByRef poValue As System.Object, _
   ByVal bsConfiguration As System.String, _
   Optional ByVal lEdmBatchFlags As System.Integer _
void SetVar( 
   System.int lFileID,
   System.int lVariableID,
   ref System.object poValue,
   System.string bsConfiguration,
   System.int lEdmBatchFlags
void SetVar( 
&   System.int lFileID,
&   System.int lVariableID,
&   System.Object^% poValue,
&   System.String^ bsConfiguration,
&   System.int lEdmBatchFlags


ID of file to which to write the file card variable
ID of file card variable to update
New value of the file card variable
Name of configuration to which to write the file card variable; ignored if lEdmBatchFlags contains EdmBatchFlags.EdmBatch_AllConfigs
Combination of EdmBatchFlags bits


See the IEdmBatchUpdate2 examples.


Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • S_FALSE: One of the arguments is invalid.

See Also


SOLIDWORKS PDM Professional Version 6.3

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