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Ongoing indexation BOMs with multiple Repeat Regions

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Ongoing indexation BOMs with multiple Repeat Regions

Hello Folks,

is there anybody in this community who knows, how to set a continuous indexing with multiple repeat regions?

Blue Border = Repeat Region

Red Border = Repeat Region

The 1 in red repeat region should be 8 and not begin at 1.

Is there any help?

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Re: Ongoing indexation BOMs with multiple Repeat Regions

we found it:

6.  Start Index can be used to 'merge' the BOMs of unrelated assemblies when multiple repeat regions are created in a single table.  Merging the regions will ensure that the index numbers of the two regions are consecutive instead of being duplicated.  This is only relevant when the parameter rpt.index is used in the repeat region.  To merge the regions, click Table > Repeat Region > Attributes and select the region whose index numbers are to be changed.  Click Start Index and select the region that the index numbers will continue from.  No Start Idx can be used to separate merged regions.

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Re: Ongoing indexation BOMs with multiple Repeat Regions

we found it:

6.  Start Index can be used to 'merge' the BOMs of unrelated assemblies when multiple repeat regions are created in a single table.  Merging the regions will ensure that the index numbers of the two regions are consecutive instead of being duplicated.  This is only relevant when the parameter rpt.index is used in the repeat region.  To merge the regions, click Table > Repeat Region > Attributes and select the region whose index numbers are to be changed.  Click Start Index and select the region that the index numbers will continue from.  No Start Idx can be used to separate merged regions.