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in the past (ProE WF4) I had serious problem with ProE drawing containig embedded Excel file. System response during "Zoom In" was VERY slow. CPU load was 100% for a long time.
Does ProE WF5 work better ?
I working with Creo Elements/Pro 5.0 (formerly Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0) datacode M080 (64bit OS) and embeded Excel object works fine.
Everything is fine - zooming, adding dimensions, views, notes and other object in drawing
I made a test in Creo Elements/Pro 5.0 (formerly Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0) datacode M080 (32bit OS).
I put Excel object (40 rows, 6 columns, every cell contain a number) in a new A4 portrait drawing.
Then I test Zoom In operation. Result: Processor went up to 100% during zooming.
Note1: I know that the response of Pro/ENGINEER during Zoom In operation depends on "strength" of the computer.
Note2: I suggest to create a layer for OLE objects and HIDE this layer during drawing modifications.
I made the same test on Win7/64bit OS (workstation HP - EliteBook 8740w): I put Excel object (40 rows, 6 columns, every cell contain a number) in a new A4 portrait drawing.
My processor is only for 6% to 12% during zooming.
Note: I think that everything is dependent on the configuration PC
Heve a nice time. Vladimir
Hi Martin and Vladimir
If I remember M080 has problem with mowing axis in drawins.Try move one axis in view where is axis normal to mnitor
If you can move only one axis Alt doesn work.
And EFX lite doesn’t work too (EFX_ENABLED YES)
If you select axis and move one of its ends, then all 4 ends are moving simultaneously
If you press ALT key, then select axis and move one of its ends, then only selected end is moving
EFX failed to load in ProE WF5 M080: According to information from B&W, this is the bug. It will be probably resolved in ProE WF5 M090.
Solution: rename original "efx" directory and copy "efx" directory from ProE WF5 M070.