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import file read/change parameters

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WrapItToTapIt
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import file read/change parameters

Im trying to read/change parameters of a imported file.

How would i do this?

Thanks

 

	Ptr<FileDialog> fileDialog = ui->createFileDialog();
	fileDialog->filter("fusion File (*.f3d);;All files (*.*)");
	if (fileDialog->showOpen() == adsk::core::DialogResults::DialogOK)
	{
		std::string filename = fileDialog->filename();

		Ptr<Component> rootComp = des->rootComponent();
		if (!rootComp)
			return false;
		
		Ptr<FusionArchiveImportOptions> archive_options = im->createFusionArchiveImportOptions(filename);
		if (!archive_options)
			return false;

		im->importToTarget2(archive_options, rootComp);
	}
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BrianEkins
in reply to: WrapItToTapIt

The importToTarget2 method returns an ObjectCollection of occurrences.  In most cases this will contain a collection of one occurrences but it depends on the file being read in.  An occurrence represents a component in an assembly. It defines it's position and can have color overrides.  From an occurrence you can use its component property to get the component it's representing. The component you get is a regular component and from it you can use the modelParameters property to get the parameters specific to that component. You can use the Parameters.itemByName property to get a specific parameter and you can change the value of the parameter.

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sorry replied to wrong message

 

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