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Table from a file

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Actually I checked in drawing that what all models [Only six assemblies] are added.. Could you please let me know is there any other option to check whether any part is added separately into drawing or not.

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Have you added the BOM table to the drawing again with the master rep active? I just did a test on an assembly drawing I have with the light graphics rep active and it didn't have any items listed. I suspect that may be the case with yours too.

I changed the table to look at the master rep and it shows correctly. When I change it back to light graphics, all items disappear.

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Steve Williams
Pro/E Version 15/16 (Circa 1995/1996)
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Helpful information...

None of the models in drw file are having light graphics representation.. Additionally, In BOM table, Parts displayed is only one...But quantity is 71 [That is summation of all items. In other words, assembly is having total 71 parts]

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In the past l discovered similar problem.

It occurs when, ALL parameters that inputs into BOM table where the same for more than 1 part.

See the picture bellow. 1st part is a cube 2nd is a ball, but all parameters are the same in both parts.

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From this reason l set help parameter POZICE (position in english) and set SORT BY as following:

&asm.mbr.pozice forward

&asm.mbr.pro_mp_mass forward

When POZICE is the same for more parts, SORT them based on MASS.

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My recommandation are:

- check parameters value in your parts ---> give them different value

- check your repeat region filter

- check your SORT BY parameter (try to sort via some other parameter)

My testing assembly is attached. Try to change parameter pozice and all other keep the same.

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Nice one...Got to know something new...

I am not sure whether this will help or not as below are the steps I thought like this:

I have used below parameters for BOM table as mentioned earlier:

          Below are the four different columns repeat region into my table:

               CAD_SAP_PLM_IDX

               CAD_SAP_PLM_DESC

          CAD_SAP_PLM_QTY

          CAD_SAP_PLM_PRT_NO

  • In relation, I have below:

          CAD_SAP_PLM_IDX = rpt_index

          CAD_SAP_PLM_DESC = asm_mbr_ptc_common_name

          CAD_SAP_PLM_QTY = rpt_qty

          CAD_SAP_PLM_PRT_NO = asm_mbr_name

  • To conclude, one can say that I am using all four parameters of default BOM table [rpt.index, common name, qty and mbr.name] ...
  • I can understand that for one or more parts, qty and common name can be same...But, mbr.name and rpt.index cannot be same for any of the two parts
  • Specifically, user cannot overwrite rpt.index set by creo..

I would be happy to let someone correct me If above of my understanding is wrong.

Still I would like to give a try on what Milan has suggested for my test part.

Regards

Ketan

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