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IGeometryBridge.SetGeometries Method (ArcObjects .NET 10.8 SDK)
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IGeometryBridge.SetGeometries Method

Replaces all geometries in the collection with the specified number of references to those in the input array.

[Visual Basic .NET]
Public Sub SetGeometries ( _
    ByVal pGeometryCollection As IGeometryCollection, _
    ByRef newGeometries As IGeometry[] _
public void SetGeometries (
    IGeometryCollection pGeometryCollection,
    ref IGeometry[] newGeometries
HRESULT SetGeometries(
  IGeometryCollection* pGeometryCollection,
  SAFEARRAY(IGeometry)** newGeometries
pGeometryCollection [in]

pGeometryCollection is a parameter of type IGeometryCollection* newGeometries [in]
newGeometries is a parameter of type SAFEARRAY(IGeometry*)*

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.


All development languages compatible version of IGeometryCollection::SetGeometries .


    public void SetGeometries()
        IPoint point1 = new PointClass();
        point1.PutCoords(10, 10);

        IPoint point2 = new PointClass();
        point2.PutCoords(20, 20);
        IGeometry[] geometryArray = new IGeometry[2];
        geometryArray[0] = point1 as IGeometry;
        geometryArray[1] = point2 as IGeometry;

        IGeometryCollection geometryCollection = new MultipointClass();
        IGeometryBridge geometryBridge = new GeometryEnvironmentClass();
        //override all existing geometries and insert geometries from geometryArray
        geometryBridge.SetGeometries(geometryCollection, ref geometryArray);

See Also

IGeometryBridge Interface