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Catia IUA GCWFAC, create a face from edges

Catia IUA GCWFAC, create a face from edges

Catia IUA GCWFAC, create a face from edges

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Catgeo call is:

GCWFAC(MNUM, NDOM, NBEDG, JEDG, JFAC, IER, *)
where    input:
              NDOM         I4  # of domains
              NBEDE(NDOM)  I4  # of edges / domain
              JEDG(NBEDGT) I4  Addr of each edge/domain
                               where (NBEDGT =
                               NBEDG(1)+.....+NBEDG(NDOM)

I am continuously getting an error when making this call.  
My code looks like:
   INTEGER*4   NDOM            !num of domains
   INTEGER*4   NBEDG(100)      !num of edges per domain
   INTEGER*4   JLIN(1000,100)  !each edge addr per domain
   INTEGER*4   JFAC            !fac
   CALL(1,NDOM, NBEDG, JLIN, JFAC,IER, *)
The error I'm getting is #27 - ELEMENT TYPE IS INVALID!
Note:  my JLIN elements are all lines projected onto a plane.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Catia IUA GCWFAC, create a face from edges

In order to use this routine to create a face, you must create the edges.  Projecting a line to a plane wont cut it.  The routine is looking for an edge type element (itypp = 12 not itypp=2 for line)

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