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Can't able to purge

vinoth
1-Newbie

Can't able to purge

Hi

i can't able to purge the working directory, hereby i aslo attached the screen shot of the error. whats the problem with me

can any help me. am using creo 2.0

Thanks,

Vinoth


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Dear Vinoth,

here is the short video tutorial for you

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

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MartinHanak
23-Emerald V
(To:vinoth)

Vinoth,

you have to modify environment variable PATH and add a path similar to the following one at the end of definition:

C:\PTC\Creo 2.0\Parametric\bin

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

sorry martin

i cant able to understand your point.

MartinHanak
23-Emerald V
(To:vinoth)

Vinoth,

find someone in your neighbourhood, how can manage your PC and ask him for a help.

You can also use GOOGLE to find out "How to set PATH variable in Windows"

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

environment variables i have more then 8 path for ptc which one i have to change

all paths are starting as

C:/PTC/MKSTOO~1/ like this

MartinHanak
23-Emerald V
(To:vinoth)

Vinoth,

you have to modify Windows environment variable named PATH. Please use GOOGLE and study the meaning of Windows environment variable named PATH.

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

Hi vinod,

Thank you for reply although i made all those changes told by you i was not able to purge my assembly file i think there is problem in my purge file itself, i am just attaching my purge file so that you go through and find out any error in file itself

Hi vinod,

Thank you for reply although i made all those changes told by you i was not able to purge my assembly file i think there is problem in my purge file itself, i am just attaching my purge file so that you go through and find out any error in file itself

Hi,

if you have problems with purge.bat then I suggest you to download Spekan Purge Utility from http://www.prousercarolinas.org/tips/utilities.htm

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák
vinoth
1-Newbie
(To:vinoth)

Environment variables i have more than Four 4 PTC Path

dyadav
5-Regular Member
(To:vinoth)

Hello Vinoth Kumar,

Please Try Simple steps as maintained by Martin, Sure it will resolve.

Please refer below tips for the same.

Variable

Step One  : Set System Variable PATH :C:\Program Files\PTC\Creo 3.0\M020\Parametric\bin;%SystemRoot%\system32

Step Two : Creo Configuration : Terminal Command & value will be: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe

By this two steps purge command defiantly work, not needed edit the Purge.bat file.

Hi all,

I know really good the problem with purge command .

If you use 32bit platform - everything is OK.

But if you use 64bit platform - sometimes do you need to set corect PATH (environment variable PATH - Thanks Martin Hanak ) only and sometimes do you need to change purge.bat file too.

Question is - where is the problem? - answer is - system does not recognise your corect platform (64bit)

Here is the solution for you:

You can edit purge.bat file and set/fix variable from:

@echo off

set MC=unset

if "%PROCESSOR%" == "INTEL_64" set MC=ia64_nt

if "%PROCESSOR%" == "INTEL_486" set MC=i486_nt

if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "IA64" set MC=ia64_nt

if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "AMD64" set MC=x86e_win64

if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "x86" set MC=i486_nt

if not "%MC%" == "unset" goto mc_done

echo ERROR Cannot detect what machine type you have.

echo Please make one of the following settings:

echo.

echo set PROCESSOR=INTEL_486 - For Windows NT Intel based machines.

echo.

echo set PROCESSOR=INTEL_64 - For Windows Intel Itanium based machines.

echo.

exit

:mc_done

set PRO_MACHINE_TYPE=%MC%

.

.

.

To:

@echo off

set MC=x86e_win64

set PRO_MACHINE_TYPE=%MC%

.

.

.

In the attachment you can find my (modified) purge.bat file for Windows XP 64bit

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Hi Vladmir

what i have to do with your attachment, please explain me more detailed.

Thanks,

Vinoth

Hi Vinoth,

Download purge.bat file and then Replace original file in ProE/Creo folder (....instalation folder\bin\purge.bat)

For example: D:\ptc\proeWF5\bin\purge.bat

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Hi Vladimir

i tried this one, still i am having the same error

Thanks, vinoth

I'll prepare video tutorial for you

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Thanks a lot Vladmir.....

Dear Vinoth,

here is the short video tutorial for you

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

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Thanks vladimir, finally i fixed it...thanks a lot

You are Welcome, Vinoth

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

where is the video i also faced the same problem........please solve it

... here you can see my temporary solution:

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

dear vinoth u please guide me regarding the purging of a file

I have crerated new idea:Update purge.bat file for 64bit OS for this problem

Vote, if you like it.

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

Dear Vadimir Palffy

I have a problem with purge command at Creo 2.0 (M040)

When I kick at Utilities-> Open system window -> this windows immediately out.

At Creo message log is (Logout of process to leave Operating System)

Please help me.

thanks so much!

Dear Dien,

The message "Logout of process to leave Operating System" - means - that system has closed the command window in the Creo.

Can you try to use the purge command with mapkeys? - I have created the mapkey for you "key sequence is pu in the Creo - see the attachment (copy mapkey to your confic.pro file)

Best Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy

I have the same problem with the DOS window shutting down instantly. I can work around for purge, but I don't have any other way to edit a repeat region on a table. I would like to find out why the DOs window crashes right away?

Hi,

it is very hard simulate your problem, but... try to start Creo/ProE without config.pro file - default setup for Creo session.

My question is - why do you need to open DOS window for repeat region? If you select Repeat region - system open popup window for you?

Regards,

Vladimir

Best Regards,
Vladimir Palffy
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