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Variable not accepted

Question asked by Willem Van Opstal on Jan 8, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 8, 2016 by Ivana Kolin

I created a small macro for changing all sorts of dimensions and configurations. Everything works well, apart of one variable from my userform being not accepted.


Dim dblRatio As Double

dblRatio = CDbl(txtRatio.Text / 100)


boolstatus = Part.Extension.SelectByID2("RectThickness@Cross Section Dimensions@Bicycle Rack Assy.SLDASM", "DIMENSION", 0, 0, 0, False, 0, Nothing, 0)

Part.Parameter("RectThickness@Cross Section Dimensions").SystemValue = dblRectT


swEquationMgr.SetEquationAndConfigurationOption 4, """Ratio"" = dblRatio", swAllConfiguration, Empty


Example for editing the smart dimensions. In this one, 'dblRectT' works perfectly.But with changing the global variable 'Ratio', the input data isn't recognized/accepted. Replacing the 'dblRatio' with a number, works.

Also, if I replace 'dblRectT' with 'dblRatio', it works fine changing normal dimensions. Am I missing something here within the swEquationMgr?


Any suggestions?