The documentation isn't clear, but they probably mean you need to pass in an array of double value types for the U and V parameters.
I tried pass an double array ,it can't compile or run . and i tried just give a double for uv parameter, but the return value is wrong.
Actually the original C function takes two pointers to double arrays:
double * u_parms,
double * v_parms,
int * pts_status
As Java does not have pointers as such, I'm not sure how you'd call this...
Maybe ask GTAC for help in this case...
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I agree with @Inch that it should be reported to GTAC; they can show us the proper usage, or it may be a bug. I tried to write some VB code for it and got an error "NXException: data is not correct". When I use an array, the compiler complains that it must be a double; when I use a double, I get the error mentioned previously.
Yes, Cowski and Graham are correct, this should be reported to GTAC. It looks like the original C function was not wrapped properly for use in the .Net or Java NXOpen kits. GTAC will convert your IR to a Problem Report so that the development team can work to resolve it.
Thank you all.
I use createpoint function and a loop to generate mass points instead. the
Api can create a set of points on a face,but it's function
seems always return nothing too.
BTW,i don't know how to contact GTAC.Maybe you guys could help me .
Start with this page:
Near the upper left corner, expand the drop-down menu that says "Contact Support". Under that, there is a link for "GTAC Operating Hours and Phone Menu". I am in North America, so when I go to that page, I see the information that is appropriate locally; I suspect it might be different depending on where you are connecting from. If you don't see local information, there is a link under the picture on the right side for "GTAC Global Support Telephone Numbers".
If you report a problem that requires a software fix, then once it is fixed, GTAC will alert you, so you know what version contains the fix.
PointSetBuilder inherits from FeatureBuilder and creates a Feature. Commit() returns a NXObject and GetCommittedObjects() returns an array of NXObjects.
To get the Feature, use the CommitFeature() method, which returns the Feature, or the GetFeature() method.