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How to combine multiple viewables per command line

SvenR
Amethyst

How to combine multiple viewables per command line

Hi all,

I can create a viewable of multiple different viewables (MCAD and ECAD) by simply dragging them at the same time on the Creo View window. Then after saving the PVZ, I can open it again and all viewables are in there.

What I am trying to accomplish is to do this, but with a batch process.

Sadly I didnt'd find a solution with the proposed pvsmake when trying

pvsmake.exe -DrC:\ptc\creo_view_adapters\step_setup\pvsmake.rcp -o %model_base%.pvs %model1%.pvs %model2%.pvs %ecad-model3%.pvs

Even if it creates a file, it cannot be opened in Creo View. What am I doing wrong?

Another question would be how to make a PVZ of the resulting PVS file per command line?

greetings


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Re: How to combine multiple viewables per command line

Well, the first thing I solved after reading again the documentation - I used a parameters incorrectly. It works like this:

pvsmake.exe -rC:\ptc\creo_view_adapters\step_setup\pvsmake.rcp -ocombined.pvs %mcad_step_base%.pvs %schem_base%.pvs %pcb_ipc2581%.pvs

But I still wonder how to convert to PVZ via command line... it should be easy, I think I am missing something there...

greetings

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