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How to distinguish between an assembly and weldment in VBA or iLogic?

A - answer If you need to classify an Inventor document if a standard assembly and a weldment assembly, you can use the parameter "SubType". Try e.g. the following iLogic macro:

oModelDoc = ThisDoc.ModelDocument
If oModelDoc.DocumentType=kAssemblyDocumentObject Then MsgBox("ASSEMBLY")
If oModelDoc.SubType="{28EC8354-9024-440F-A8A2-0E0E55D635B0}" Then MsgBox("WELDMENT")
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4.8.2014    2488×  
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See also:
Tip 11244:Labels with incrementing numbers - assembly with numbered labels for laser cutting.
Tip 11211:Mass change of units in the whole Inventor assembly.
Tip 9952:iLogic rule - check whether iProperties are overridden.
Tip 9263:iLogic code for exploding a component pattern in Inventor.
Tip 8956:How to explode a component pattern in an Inventor assembly?


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