We are currently running Wildfire 4 but will be upgrading to Cero pretty soon. I was asked to see if the processors will work with Creo. Can anyone let me know.
Your post processors should work fine in Creo. I don't think there are any big changes other than revisions.
You could actually load Creo along side WF4 and test it to see if they will work because Creo will require a new license I think. Then delete WF4 after testing. Not sure what the licensing or legal aspect to that would be but I think as long as you delete WF4 after you are satisfied with how creo is working it would be OK but I am not an expert in that area.
Thanks Steve, I am not sure about licenses etc. We have an IT dept that handles all of that stuff and I am sure they wouldn't do anything illegal. Thank you very much for the response. I will pass on the information to my boss and get the IT dept on the upgrades.
It is completely legal to load as many versions of Pro/E or Creo on the same workstation as you like. The flexnet licening tool allows it and PTC allows it.
One would assume you are using the G-Post that comes with Pro-engineer. We have not had any problems with going to Creo. We are also using Windows 7.