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Help fix the error "0x80010108: The called object was disconnected"

Question asked by Евгений Полупан on Aug 13, 2019

Good day.
A non-systemic (random) error occurred while calling SetAutomaticKutList of one part in different configurations.

The macro works, but only with swModelPart.Visible = true enabled. But this greatly increases the execution time of the macro. Whoever encountered this, please help me fix the code without swModelPart.Visible = true.

Code below

 

swModel = (ModelDoc2)swApp.ActiveDoc;

AssemblyDoc swAssy = (AssemblyDoc)swModel;
swAssy.ResolveAllLightWeightComponents(true);
Object[] vComps = swAssy.GetComponents(false);

for (int i = 0; i < vComps.Length; i++) 
{
   swComp = (Component2)vComps[i]; 
   NameswComp = swComp.GetPathName();
   if (swComp.IsSuppressed() == false)
   {
      NamePart = GetName(NameswComp);
      configName = swComp.ReferencedConfiguration;
      if (NamePart != "")
      {
         swModelPart = swComp.GetModelDoc();
         Feature swFeat = swComp.FirstFeature();
         while (swFeat != null)
         {
            if (swFeat.GetTypeName2() == "SolidBodyFolder" & NameswComp.ToLower().IndexOf(".sldasm") == -1)
            {
               SolidBodiFolder = swFeat;

               swModelPart.Visible = true; <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<How to get rid of this ???
               swBodyFolder = (BodyFolder)swFeat.GetSpecificFeature2();
               boolstatus = swModelPart.ShowConfiguration2(configName);
               boolstatus = swBodyFolder.SetAutomaticCutList(true); <<<<<<<<<< Does not give an error
               boolstatus = swBodyFolder.UpdateCutList();
               boolstatus = swBodyFolder.SetAutomaticCutList(false);

               swModelPart.Visible = false; <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<How to get rid of this ???
               swApp.CloseDoc(NameswComp);
               break;
            }
            swFeat = swFeat.GetNextFeature();
         }

      }

   }

}

 

It works only with a visible part window. But that doesn’t suit me???

 

Attached video links.
Works without mirror reflections - Works - YouTube 
Doesn't work with mirror images - Doesn't work - YouTube 
Works with swModelPart.Visible = true - Works1 - YouTube 

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