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NavisWorks Simulate 2010 find problems

Posted on 2009-06-29
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Hello,

I'm building a plugin for navis 2010 in vb.net. I'm trying to find geometry nodes using navis's findspec and findcondition functions. I don't know what to set in:
 - findcondition.setattributenames,
 - findcondition.setpropertynames,
 - findcondition.condition and
 - findcondition.value.
I know I can use internal names but I have no idea where to look for them. Can anuone please help?
Thank you.
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by:melanel
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Hello again,

I did the find operation in navis as:
Category='Item'
Property='Icon'
Condition='='
Value='Geometry'

Can anyone tell me how to translate that in code, please?
Thank you.
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darrenmcwi earned 1500 total points
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An Autodesk Developer Network membership might be well worth your while for this type of work. Autodesk will then directly support you in your API related issues.

Sorry I can't be of help. I've not used the Navis APIs.
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by:melanel
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Hello,
Sorry I replied so late. I know about ADN, but I thought I can find an answer here. I managed to get around that problem.

Thank you.
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