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C# to VB.Net translation on string array

Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hello everyone,

I am looking on some help translating something from c# to vb.net.  I have the api reference and the following is the c# code:

IDocument d = Factory.Document.GetInstance(os, "Document", "/Doc1");

d.FetchProperties(new string[] { "DocumentTitle", "DateCreated" });

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It is the 2nd line I am stuck on, the new string[] portion.

I have tried doing this:

dim props() as string = d.FetchProperties( {DocumentTitle", "DateCreated"})

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But thats not correct vb.net code and I cant figure it out for the life of me, I'm sure its something simple!

Kind regards,

DBridle
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kswathi earned 500 total points
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Does  your method "FetchProperties" return a string array?
else try below:
d.FetchProperties( New String() {DocumentTitle", "DateCreated"})
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It works slightly different in .Net, I just found out.  Will award the points as you took the time to answer, however, it is simple dim props as IProperties = d.properties.

Easy when you know how I guess.  Hope this post helps others!
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This was not the final solution, the final solution is shown in the above post.
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