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Filtering Table to show other parameter from instance besides instance name?

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Filtering Table to show other parameter from instance besides instance name?

The senerio....

Have a family tabled assembly, swapping out 3-4 parts, turning off some etc....

In my drawing I want to show the Part Number of the item, but, I seem to only get the Instance Name that is the model being turned on and off. Is there an easy way to show the PART_NUMBER parameter that is in my instaces....

ITEM 2 - 112_01(the instance name is shown in the table)

I would like:

ITEM 2 - 11201 (the part number shown instead)

Thanks,

Captn

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RE: Filtering Table to show other parameter from instance besides instance name?

Go to Table>Repeat Region>Relations

Select the Table

File>Import Relations

Select replace_one_component_rel.txt and edit accordingly:

Or Type:

IF asm_mbr_name == "112_01"
NAME = "11201"
ELSE
NAME = asm_mbr_name
ENDIF

Then click on your table part number and select:

rpt>rel>User Defined and enter NAME

In Reply to Captn Pea:

The senerio....

Have a family tabled assembly, swapping out 3-4 parts, turning off some etc....

In my drawing I want to show the Part Number of the item, but, I seem to only get the Instance Name that is the model being turned on and off. Is there an easy way to show the PART_NUMBER parameter that is in my instaces....

ITEM 2 - 112_01(the instance name is shown in the table)

I would like:

ITEM 2 - 11201 (the part number shown instead)

Thanks,

Captn



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RE: Filtering Table to show other parameter from instance besides instance name?

Thanks for the help.... but, I think I need to be more clear.

My instances have a parameter in them... PART_NUMBER, that is what I want to show instead of the instance name.