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Summary: Missing Model Name

dgschaefer
21-Topaz II

Summary: Missing Model Name

The story thus far:

No way to do this.  As one person put it, Proe seems to look up for the model name, the assy in my case, and then down for the component ID, 41 in my case.

Another suggestion by a couple of people was to open the file in a text editor and look for it there.  I tried and couldn't find anything.

I did send the file to tech support and they said "As per current functionality, it is not possible".  I've pushed back and asked if maybe their developers have tools outside "current functionality" that might get me a file name, but haven't heard anything.

A bit of clarification: I'm not interested in fixing the broken references, only finding the master model so I can see how it was built in order to develop a new version.

Thanks, I'll update again if I learn anything new.

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Doug Schaefer | Experienced Mechanical Design Engineer
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