I know there are a few posts about "where used" an
The RMB command "Open Drawing" will open the drawi
My question is, how can I reproduce this behavior
Even more interesting would be, how can I get a re
Can this be done by calling this command directly
My expectation would be that the "Design Assistant
I do not want to search trough the projects search
The first function I want to use this for is:
When I loop trough the Structured BOM, I would lik
Thanks in advance.
Could you have a look at this blog if it answered your question. It is written by Brian, our API expert .
That's something I did not find when searching for information about this topic.
While reading the blog:
At first I thought, hey, that's just like other solutions I found don the autodesk customization forum.
But then I also realized, when I open the drawing of a part, it does not have the same name!
We use Productstream Pro (where we can also find Where Used drawings, but that aside) and all documents get unique file names.
So a IDW will never have the same file name as the IPT or IAM.
Are you sure this function only checks file names? I think it also checks referenced files from all found IDW's.
Also, this is not a solution in VBA/.NET because this (Open Drawing) is not a API function, or is it?
Thanks for the info!
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