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Multi model Drawing

PHABIO
5-Regular Member

Multi model Drawing

HI I have one multi model drawing.
i want put a note for each model.
how do i find the ID associated with tho model?
e.g.
each model has a parameter nemed "CODE"
I Want put a note:
&CODE:0;
&CODE:1;
&CODE:5;

thanks.

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KenFarley
20-Turquoise
(To:PHABIO)

Alternatively, you could "Switch Model" your way through all the models in your drawing. For example, switch to model01, then add the text for the parameter, without a corresponding ":##" at the end, like "&CODE". The proper numeric session ID will be appended to the text that is stored in the note. Switch to model02, add the "&CODE" again, and you'll see the ID for that model will be added.

It's pretty inconvenient, but it works.

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PHABIO
5-Regular Member
(To:PHABIO)
TomD.inPDX
17-Peridot
(To:PHABIO)

You can mark your own answer as correct 🙂

 

 

KenFarley
20-Turquoise
(To:PHABIO)

Alternatively, you could "Switch Model" your way through all the models in your drawing. For example, switch to model01, then add the text for the parameter, without a corresponding ":##" at the end, like "&CODE". The proper numeric session ID will be appended to the text that is stored in the note. Switch to model02, add the "&CODE" again, and you'll see the ID for that model will be added.

It's pretty inconvenient, but it works.

StephenWilliams
22-Sapphire III
(To:PHABIO)

This link shows using a text file to create a note to get a list of the session ID's.

https://community.ptc.com/t5/Creo-Modeling-Questions/Session-id/m-p/67624/highlight/true#M17239

 

 

dgschaefer
21-Topaz II
(To:PHABIO)


@PHABIO wrote:

HI I have one multi model drawing.
i want put a note for each model.
how do i find the ID associated with tho model?
e.g.
each model has a parameter nemed "CODE"
I Want put a note:
&CODE:0;
&CODE:1;
&CODE:5;

thanks.


This is called the session ID.  The trick linked by Stephen will reveal many session IDs at once on a drawing.  If you only need one or two, you can only find it from an assy from the relations editor in the View menu > Session ID.  Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to work in a multi-model drawing, at least in Creo 2.

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