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<onlyinclude>Returns a dictionary object that contains all available failures associated with an FMEA function. The dictionary syntax is '''Dictionary(Of Integer, XfmeaFailure)''', where the ID numbers are the keys, and the [[XfmeaFailure Class|XfmeaFailure]] objects that represent the failures are the associated values. (VB.NET only)</onlyinclude>
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<onlyinclude>Returns a dictionary object that contains all available failures associated with an FMEA function. The dictionary syntax is '''Dictionary(Of Integer, XfmeaFailure)''', where the ID numbers are the keys, and the [[XfmeaFailure Class|XfmeaFailure]] objects that represent the failures are the associated values. (.NET only)</onlyinclude>
  
 
== Syntax ==
 
== Syntax ==

Latest revision as of 15:09, 3 August 2017

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Returns a dictionary object that contains all available failures associated with an FMEA function. The dictionary syntax is Dictionary(Of Integer, XfmeaFailure), where the ID numbers are the keys, and the XfmeaFailure objects that represent the failures are the associated values. (.NET only)

Syntax

.Xfmea.GetAllXfmeaFailuresDictionary(FunctionID)

Parameters

FunctionID

Required. Integer. The record ID of the FMEA function.


Example

This example assumes that system hierarchy items with FMEAs exists in the first available project of a repository.

VB.NET 

 'Declare a new Repository object and connect to a Synthesis repository. 
  Dim MyRepository As New Repository
  MyRepository.ConnectToAccessRepository("C:\RSRepository1.rsr10")
 
 'Set the first project in the repository as the current project. 
  MyRepository.Project.SetCurrentProject(1)  

 'Declare a new dictionary object. 
  Dim Dict As Dictionary (of Integer, XfmeaFailure)  

 'Add values to the dictionary. 
  Dict = MyRepository.Xfmea.GetAllXfmeaFailuresDictionary(1)

 'Output sample: Display the number of entries in the dictionary. 
  MsgBox(Dict.Count)