this could be usable in case of only tracking the changes.
But I can imagine that the ballooning of dimensions should become some kind of Quality Control list.
I remember those stamps in very old times to show and list all control dimensions.
In manually,'Update Views' makes Balloon of dimensions after updating.
So, I do 'obj.ModelLink.UpdateViews' by VB. But, Balloon doesn't apper.
Does it resolve by 'Track Dimension Changes' ?
How use 'Track Dimension Changes command' ?
So then the assumption by @bshand was absolutely correct, and You have talked about the Dimension Tracker.
This will mark all changed dimensions and is showing the type of changes.
How to invoke it from API is another issue?
But again You sooner will get an answer when asking this in the Developers Forum.