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Measuring Area of a Fill Surface

Measuring Area of a Fill Surface

Measuring Area of a Fill Surface

(OP)
Hi everyone
I am trying to create an Parameter & Relation to hold the Area Value of a Fill Surface which can be included
within a loop
I do not want to use the SPAWorkBench measure
I am having trouble getting the Relation.CreateFormula expression to recognize the String I have built manually

See below:-

'* Recorded Macro syntax for the creation of an Area Formula Relation
' Set formula1 = relations1.CreateFormula("", "", dimension1, "area(AREA_FILLS\Fill.2 ) ")

'* Build area function Text String
strFunctionInputObjectName = "AREA_FILLS\" & strSelectedElementName

'* Message for testing purposes
MsgBox "Manually Built Text String = " & strFunctionInputObjectName, vbOKOnly, "Built String Output"

'* Use the built text string within the Create Formula function
'* This line is where the function FAILS to correctly associate the FILL surface Relation

Set formula1 = relations1.CreateFormula("Formula.1", "", dimension1, "area(strFunctionInputObjectName) ")

Can anyone help
Thanks
Ian Cuz

RE: Measuring Area of a Fill Surface

Set formula1 = relations1.CreateFormula("Formula.1", "", dimension1, "area(strFunctionInputObjectName) ")

maybe replace by

Set formula1 = relations1.CreateFormula("Formula.1", "", dimension1, "area(" & strFunctionInputObjectName & ") ")

Eric N.
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RE: Measuring Area of a Fill Surface

(OP)
Many thanks itsmyjob

This alteration enabled the function to work correctly

I also have a need to create a Distance Relation between a Surface and a Point
I will attempt to adapt this answer into that solution too

Ian Cuz

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