I like to know what are the difrences of:
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which creo licence do you need for pro/program functionality? (i.e. suppress a feature with p/p) will the most basic one do (in our country it was marketed as 2500 euros some time ago - it was called creo essentials or creo essentials lite). i am not sure which one we have though.
i don't have the email to log on to that portal and IT won't give it to me.
is there perhaps a feature matrix somewhere?
I think Pro/Program is basic to the way Creo works. It's mostly a text version of the model tree but, being text, allows the addition of conditional statements and relation computations. Look under the Tools tab; I'm pretty sure that's where the menu selection is.
Pro/Program is not a general purpose programming language and cannot create or delete features from the model, nor can it reorder or most any other function Toolkit can do. Pro/Program can resume, suppress, or replace by instance, and some other handy things.
Creo Essentials Lite enables you to use Pro/PROGRAM in Part mode, only.
Creo license must contain ASSEMBLY module to enable Pro/PROGRAM usage in Assembly mode.