3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 3, 2014 8:46 AM by jason van clark

    sketchmanager.fullydefinsketch CRASHES!!!

    jason van clark

      So, i've got a bit of code that is placing points in a sketch that is consumed by a hole wizard.  The hole wizard is already created and I have programmatically 'gone back into the sketch' to add more points.  This all works great. 


      Now, I'm trying to take advantage of the 'fullyDefinSketch' method.  I begin editing the sketch, select all the points in the sketch, clear the selection list, select the origin, try to 'fully define the sketch', watch it crash.


      Does anyone have any idea what the problem is?  Here's the code snippet


                  'clearing the selection list




                  'selecting the sketch I want to edit

                  bool = swModel.Extension.SelectByID2(sketchname, "SKETCH", 0, 0, 0, False, 0, Nothing, 0)



                  'editing the sketch




                  'clearing the selection list




                  'getting all the points in the sketch

                  vSkSegArr = swSketch.GetSketchPoints2



                  'looping through the points in the sketch and selecting each one.

                  'I do this is based on a successful macro I recorded

                  For Each ob As Object In vSkSegArr

                      Dim sPoint As SketchPoint = ob





                  'clearing the selection list again.  Again, because the recorded macro said to do it




                  'selecting the origin so I can assign it a marker of 6

                  bool = swModel.Extension.SelectByID2("Point1@Origin@" & EditedPart.Name & "@" & Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(swModel.GetPathName), "EXTSKETCHPOINT", 0, 0, 0, True, 6, Nothing, 0)



                  Dim result As Long

                  Dim hDatumObj As Object = Nothing

                  Dim vDatumObj As Object = Nothing






                      'this is where the code crashes.  It crashes so hard that my try-catch block can't even catch it!


                      result = swModel.SketchManager.FullyDefineSketch(True, True, 1023, True, 3, hDatumObj, 3, vDatumObj, -1, -1)


                      'result -KABOOM!!!!!


                  Catch ex As Exception


                  End Try