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Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

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Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

When I open my assembly, at the top it tells me the revision and iteration of the assembly (ex: A.4).  Is there a way to see what the revision and iteration of the components in that assembly without opening the components individually??  I realize that by default, the most current version of each component is pulled from Windchill.  I would like the be able to see it though. 

 

Using Creo 2.0, Windchill 10.2

 

 

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Re: Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

Under tree columns, choose 'Database Params' for from the dropdown and then choose 'PTC_WM_VERSION'.

 

PTC_WM_VERSION.PNG

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Re: Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

You should be able to add the Windchill parameters for those values to your tree columns in Creo.

Re: Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

Under tree columns, choose 'Database Params' for from the dropdown and then choose 'PTC_WM_VERSION'.

 

PTC_WM_VERSION.PNG

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Re: Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

You know I've been using Creo for over 10 years and I never noticed the drop down for Type.  Thanks!!

Re: Is there a way to see which revision iteration/versions of the components are in an assembly?

Remember, the database parameters are only there if you are using Windchill. If you use Creo without Windchill, then you have to manually control the revision with a drawing/model parameter.