yet another parameter usage post. Hopefully not the usual. I could not find an answer to our problem.
I have a family table part and i need to use assembly level parameters into the instances. But fact is, the generic part is not used in the assembly.
it looks like - though the instances are called into the assembly and have their session ID - the generic has no session ID.
If I use the assembly level parameter in the instance relations, the relations apparently are modified at generic level crapping up the overall assembly.
The feeling - not sure I did the right troubleshooting - is that i can not inject assembly parameters into an instance as I somewhat inject the assembly parameters into the instance. is there a way to act at instance level?
thanks in advance,
it seems to that driving family table instances "from outside" is not implemented.
How do you "inject" the assembly level parameters into the part?
If you are using EXECUTE statements, then this might be a solution:
thanks for your suggestion.
I have to dig down a bit myself on how to use the EXECUTE statements you propose, we never did it before here. o
And my specific project now asks me to focus on other details, so, I will let you know when I am "back-on-the-piece". Well, assembly.
Thanks for your suggestion!"