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That's exactly what I did. Most of the time the conversions work out well. Still learning though.
ah....color me new. http://spiderinnet.typepad.com/blog/2011/06/revit-api-vbnet-iupdater-implementation-with-vbnet.html
a vb.net version would be very helpful. I'm getting "...must implement 'Sub Execute(data As UpdaterData)' for interface 'Autodesk.Revit.DB.IUpdater" But I don't know how to resolve it. (yet)
Expression of type 'Autodesk.Revit.DB.DefinitionGroups' is not queryable. Make sure you are not missing an assembly reference and/or namespace import for the LINQ provider.
Jeremy, I'm just learning about Revit error handling. I have a routine that is triggered by the documentPrintingEvent. This routine writes information to parameters in the target sheet(s). One problem I've been able to create/anticipate is when the user can't obtain permission to edit the sheet element (because someone else has it checked out). This of course leads to the error dialog "can't edit the element until...". I want to be able to capture that error and simply not perform the parameter writing so that the user can proceed with printing without interruption. (abort the transaction) Make sense? Can this be done with the Failure API? ...gregory
Toggle Commented Aug 21, 2011 on Failure API at The Building Coder
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