Hello Pro/E Gurus
I am using Pro/E Wildfire 4.0. My part name should be 4 digitIR part number followed by IRxx( Ex: 1B44IR01). I want to check this part name using model check.Check File has the following parameter
MODEL_NAME YNEW E N N N N
Start file has the following parameter
is it correct method?. If I give 3 digit number followed by TRxx, model check will not show its a error.
So kindly tell me what is the correct function to write in that start file to check the model name
Thanks In Advance
Suganthan RajamanickamPro-e System Analyst
Trane Design Centre, IndiaIngersoll Rand
I took this directly from the help section in WF4. It has some examples of naiming conventions and wildcards that can be used
ModelCHECK can verify that Pro/ENGINEER model names, instances, and simplified representations conform to company-specific naming standards in the following ways:
Are file names less than, equal to, or greater than a specific number of characters?
Do file names consist of only characters or only numbers?
Do file names contain specific strings?
Use the following format in the start configuration file to configure layers:
[MODE] is PRT, ASM, or DRW.
[MOD_INST] is MODEL, INSTANCE or SIMPREP.
[equality] is the equality relationship. Acceptable values are:
NEQ—Not equal to
LT—Less than (only for length)
GT—Greater than (only for length)
LTE—Less than or equal to (only for length)
GTE—Greater than or equal to (only for length)
[value] is the value of the model name. Rules for values are:
Do not specify exact values, because each Pro/ENGINEER model has to have a different name.
Use ALL_CHARACTERS to verify that all models have names that consist only of characters. This check ignores dashes (-) or underscores (_) found in names.
Use ALL_NUMBERS to verify that all models have names that consist of only numbers. This check ignores dashes (-) or underscores (_) found in names.
Use LENGTH_## where ## is a number. This check verifies that the number of characters in model names is either less than, less than or equal to, equal to, greater than, or greater than or equal to a specific number.
*, ?, # and $ can be used as wildcards, where:
*—Any number of characters
?—One character (numerical, alphabetical, or symbol)
#—One numerical character
$—One string character
For DRW_MODEL_NAME, a value of FIRST_MODEL can be specified if you want to check that the name of the drawing is the same as the first model added to the drawing.
Specify LIST_XXX to refer to a list of acceptable values.
Specify each member of the LIST_NAMES list on a separate line in the configuration file as follows:
This check would verify that all model names begin with CE_, CD_ or EO_. Alternatively, you can refer to a text file that contains the list, as follows:
Examples of wildcards:
*test—The value has to end in test, so model test would be an acceptable value.
??-??—The value has to be five characters long with a hyphen (–) as the third character.
####-$000—The first four characters have to be numbers, the fifth character has to be a dash (-), character number 6 has to be a letter, and the last 3 characters have to be zeros (0).
???_*—The first three characters can be any characters followed by an underscore.