A container for the display and manipulation of data.
Use the ISupportErrorInfo method InterfaceSupportsErrorInfo to determine if the object supports extended error information. If the object supports extended error info, VC++ developers should use the OLE/COM IErrorInfo interface to access the ErrorInfo object. Visual Basic developers should use the global error object Err to retrieve this extended error information.
|IActiveView (esriCarto)||Provides access to members that control the active view - the main application window.|
|IAGAnimationTracks (esriAnimation)||Provides access to members that control the animation tracks.|
|IAnimationTracks||Provides access to members that control the scene animation tracks.|
|IBasicMap (esriCarto)||Provides access to members that control the basic map.|
|IBasicScene2||Provides access to basic members of the scene.|
|IConnectionPointContainer||Supports connection points for connectable objects.|
|IMapLayers (esriCarto)||Provides access to layers.|
|IRelationshipClassCollection (esriCarto)||Provides access to members that return the memory relationship classes defined for standalone tables or layers in ArcMap.|
|IScene||Provides access to members that control the scene.|
|ISceneBookmarks||Provides access to members that control the scene bookmarks.|
|ISelectionEvents (esriCarto)||Provides access to events that occur when the selection changes.|
|IStandaloneTableCollection (esriCarto)||Provides access to members that control the standalone table collection.|
|ISupportErrorInfo||Indicates whether a specific interface can return Automation error objects.|
|ITableCollection (esriCarto)||Provides access to members that control a table collection.|
|IActiveViewEvents (default)||Provides access to events that occur when the state of the active view changes.|
Scene is to ArcScene what Map is to ArcMap. There's only one scene object in each ArcScene session. It's the collection of various layers. Similar to that in ArcScene, there's also a scene object in a scene viewer control or a later version, scene control.
'A common way to get hold of the scene object in VBA from within ArcScene:
dim pDoc as ISxDocument: set pDoc = ThisDocument
set pScene as IScene: set pScene = pDoc.Scene
'Some further actions...
When working with Scene's default outbound interface in Visual Basic 6 declare variables as follows:
Private WithEvents pScene as Scene