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*Carlos
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What does CommandFlags.Session do?

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09-02-2005 04:23 PM
I read the documentation but I'm still confused.

What does this flag do to the command?

Thanks,
C
*Carlos
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Re: What does CommandFlags.Session do?

09-02-2005 05:03 PM in reply to: *Carlos
Actually, does anyone know of a place where I can get a description of all
the CommandFlags?

Here's what my ArxRef Help document has to say about them (the descriptions
fields are empty):

Name Description
NoBlockEditor
NoUndoMarker
NoHistory
Interruptible
Session
DocExclusiveLock
DocReadLock
NoInternalLock
NoNewStack
Defun
InProgress
Undefined
NoOem
PlotOnly
NoPaperSpace
NoTileMode
NoMultiple
NoPerspective
Redraw
UsePickSet
Transparent
Modal



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I read the documentation but I'm still confused.

What does this flag do to the command?

Thanks,
C
*Tony Tanzillo
Message 3 of 3 (235 Views)

Re: What does CommandFlags.Session do?

09-03-2005 06:37 AM in reply to: *Carlos
It runs the command in the Application context.

In other words, it behaves like event handlers in
a modeless dialog, which means you must lock
documents before trying to alter their state.

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"Carlos" wrote in message news:4947044@discussion.autodesk.com...
I read the documentation but I'm still confused.

What does this flag do to the command?

Thanks,
C
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