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[Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?

Re: [Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?

He's looking for the component parameters as assigned in the assembly. I think they should be visible to drawing notes, but the online help gives no guidance on how to do so.

 

Ref http://support.ptc.com/help/creo/creo_pma/usascii/#page/fundamentals%2Ffundamentals%2Ffund_seven_sub...

 

Re: [Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?

Aha ... missunderstanding...

Re: [Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?


@dschenken wrote:

He's looking for the component parameters as assigned in the assembly. I think they should be visible to drawing notes, but the online help gives no guidance on how to do so.

 

Ref http://support.ptc.com/help/creo/creo_pma/usascii/#page/fundamentals%2Ffundamentals%2Ffund_seven_sub...

 


He can use &<param_name>:FID_<feat_ID> notation, where <feat_ID> is component ID visible in Model Tree column named Feat ID.

 


Martin Hanák
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Re: [Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?

The component parameter can be show in a note per the following as stated by MartinHanak:

 

&<param_name>:FID_<feat_ID> notation, where <feat_ID> is component ID visible in Model Tree column named Feat ID.

 

I am looking at using a component parameter to drive the repeat region BOM Index as  dschenken stated.  I then can use the same component parameter" to use notes.  Currently, this isn't possible with the rpt,index.

 

One thing I will be looking at is how to automatically create the BOM Index component parameter when each component is assembled.  Any thoughts?

Re: [Drawings] Any tricks for sorting a repeat region with a comment cell?

Hi,

 

define mapkey for component parameter creation and run it after finishing assembling process.

 

... or develop an application which provides requested functionality.


Martin Hanák