Is it possible to display a top-level assembly user-defined parameter in repeat region of it's drawing?
From the observation I've made so far I think the only parameter that can be used in repeat regions from a top-level assembly is &asm.name. Which works in repeat regions perfectly. Can't seem to find any other.
You can call out any PARAMETER for a top-level assy in a repeat region by simply using the syntax &<parametername>.
Example: If you want to show the parameter PARTNUMBER for the top-level assembly, simply type &PARTNUMBER in the cell of the repeat region.
I will populate all cells with this value.
I am sorry about the confusion but I wanna be able to use this parameter in relations of repeat region.
The syntax &<parametername> works in notes in drawing but not in repeat region.
I can use <parametername> syntax there but then If I don't define the parameter directly in list of repeat region parameters I get a blank line and if I do define it then I get the value from the repeat region parameter, not the parameter from the model of top level assembly. Which is where I want it from.
I know it may seem simple but it's not. That's why I asked without too much mumble around at the first post.
Yeap, thanks Mike.
See the following pictures.
1st picture: Shows definition of parameters in the top level assembly. The parameter called MAT_OF_BOLTS_AND_NUTS is the one I am wanting to show in some cells of repeat region in the assembly drawing.
2nd picture: Is the equation I use in repeat region relations. While in the particular column where I wanna display the '"NEREZ" string I have defined the repeat region parameter as &rpt.rel.USER_MAT_TYPE
3rd picture: ...and if I define the parameter in relation table of repeat region like this...
4th picture: ...I get a result as displayed in the 8th row in the table on the picture...
5th picture: ...and if I wipe that repeat region table parameter from under relations I get a blank line on the 8th row of the tab as you can see on the picture.
6th picture: ... while the display of top level assembly parameter works well in a regular note of the assembly drawing.