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omanuo
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Border's Rangebox with Apprentice?

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02-19-2013 03:18 AM

Hi everyone,
 
I wanted to use the apprentice service to get the rangebox of the border of a template file, which represents the free drawing space on the sheet, without having to open the template in Inventor itself.
Actually it seems that the apprentice server hasn't implemented Rangeboxes yet, not even read-only for the X and Y values. Is this correct or am I just doing something wrong?
 
Furthermore I once saw the apprentice server api object model as a small picture in a presentation, but I can't find it in a readable size on the net. By chance, does anyone has the link to that document, if it still exists?

Thanks in advance,
Manu
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Re: Border's Rangebox with Apprentice?

02-20-2013 02:25 AM in reply to: omanuo

You can try this:

 

Set oApprenticeApp = New ApprenticeServerComponent

'Open drawing
Dim oApprenticeServerDWGDoc As ApprenticeServerDrawingDocument
Set oApprenticeServerDWGDoc = oApprenticeApp.Open(strDWGName)

dim oBox2D as inventor.Box2D
set  oBox2D = oApprenticeServerDWGDoc.Sheets.Item(1).Border.RangeBox

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