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Invalid left side of assignment message in Line 5 Feature NAME id 6 of Model ASSY

nalexandru
12-Amethyst

Invalid left side of assignment message in Line 5 Feature NAME id 6 of Model ASSY

Hi, all,

I have this weird message when I open an assy:

Line 5 Feature GROOVE id 67 of Model 120330:Invalid left side of assignment

Does anyone knows what that means? Beside that I get another one:

Could not read from Model Tree config file $GRI_ENG_CFG/tree.cfg.

which also I don't know what it means.

Thank you,

Nic.

12 REPLIES 12

Can you post some more of the PRO/PROGRAM around that feature?

And the relevant RELATIONS also?

Feature in Pro/Program:

IF BN1 != "No"

     IF BN2 == "180 Groove"


         ADD FEATURE (initial number 10)
         INTERNAL FEATURE ID  67


GROUP HEAD

  NO.   ELEMENT NAME  INFO                                                     
  ---   -------------  -------------                                            
   1    Name          Defined                                                  
   2    Features      Defined                                                  
   3    Construction  Defined                                                  

         NAME = GROOVE

         MEMBER OF A GROUP, NAME = GROOVE
          LEADING FEATURE OF THE GROUP: ID = 67
          LAST FEATURE OF THE GROUP: ID = 34
         END ADD


         ADD FEATURE (initial number 11)
         INTERNAL FEATURE ID  34
         FEATURE WAS CREATED IN ASSEMBLY 120330_TEMPLATE_ASM
         PARENTS = 1(#1) 3(#2) 32(#9) 33(#8) 5(#3)


CUT: Revolve

  NO.      ELEMENT NAME         INFO                                           
  ---      -------------        -------------                                  
   1       Feature Name         Defined                                        
   2       Extrude Feat type    Solid                                          
   3       Material             Remove                                         
   4       Section              Defined                                        
   4.1     Setup Plane          Defined                                        
   4.1.1   Sketching Plane      PL_AXY:F3(DATUM PLANE) ID=6                    
   4.1.2   View Direction       Side 1                                         
   4.1.3   Orientation          Top                                            
   4.1.4   Reference            PL_AYZ:F1(DATUM PLANE) ID=2                    
   4.2     Sketch               Defined                                        
   5       Feature Form         Solid                                          
   6       Material Side        Side Two                                       
   7       Revolve Axis         Defined                                        
   8       Revolve Axis Option  Internal Centerline                            
   9       Direction            Side 2                                         
   10      Angle                Defined                                        
   10.1    Side One             Defined                                        
   10.1.1  Side One Angle       None                                           
   10.2    Side Two             Defined                                        
   10.2.1  Side Two Angle       To Reference                                   
   10.2.2  Reference            PL_XY:F3(DATUM PLANE):120330_TEMPLATE_LINING ID=
   10.2.3  Rev Limit            Side Two                                       
   11      Intersect Parts      Defined                                        

         FEATURE BELONGS TO LOCAL GROUP GROOVE
         SECTION NAME = S2D0004


         FEATURE'S DIMENSIONS:
         OIL_GROOVE_HEIGHT = (Displayed:) 1.99 General_Dims (2.09 1.89)
                             (   Stored:) 1.9945 ( 0.1, -0.1 )
         HP_AUX = (Displayed:) 53.24 General_Dims (53.54 52.94)()
                  (   Stored:) 53.24 ( 0.3, -0.3 )
         d248 = (Displayed:) 33 +/-1 X 45 Deg
                (   Stored:) 32.8 ( 0.01, -0.01 )
         BACK_OF_GROOVE = (Displayed:) 0.9
                          (   Stored:) 0.9 ( 0.25, -0.25 )
         d257 = (Displayed:) 0.90 (1.0 0.8)
                (   Stored:) 0.9 ( 0.1, -0.1 )
         d259 = (Displayed:) 2.79 General_Dims (2.89 2.69)
                (   Stored:) 2.79 ( 0.1, -0.1 )
         GROOVE_RADIUS = (Displayed:) 1.00 General_Dims (1.1 0.9)R
                         (   Stored:) 1.0 ( 0.1, -0.1 )
         GROOVE_ANGLE = (Displayed:) 32.80 (33.3 32.3)
                        (   Stored:) 32.8 ( 0.5, -0.5 )
         GROOVE_WIDTH_BOTTOM = (Displayed:) 2.79 General_Dims (2.89 2.69)
                               (   Stored:) 2.79 ( 0.1, -0.1 )

         MEMBER OF A GROUP, NAME = GROOVE
          LEADING FEATURE OF THE GROUP: ID = 67
          LAST FEATURE OF THE GROUP: ID = 34
         END ADD
     END IF
END IF

Relations in pro/Program:

/*GROOVE>>>START

GROOVE_RADIUS=BP:1
GROOVE_ANGLE=BR1:1
BACK_OF_GROOVE=CU1
GROOVE_WIDTH_BOTTOM=CV1


CU3 = CU1-CU2
CU4 = CU1+CU2

CV3 = CV1-CV2
CV4 = CV1+CV2

/*GROOVE>>>FINISH

/*PARTIAL GROOVE AT JOINTS>>>START

D515 = 90 - BS1
JOINT_PARTIALGROOVE_RADIUS = BP
JOINT_PARTIALGROOVE_BOTTOMWIDTH = CV1
JOINT_PARTIALGROOVE_OPENANGLE = BR1
JOINT_PARTIALGROOVE_BACK = CU1
JOINT_PARTIALGROOVE_LENGTH = BS1

/*PARTIAL GROOVE AT JOINTS>>>FINISH

/*PARTIAL GROOVE>>>START

D517 = 180 - CW1

IF CW1 > 0
D639 = CW1
ENDIF
IF CW1 < 0
D641 = -CW1
ENDIF

D630 = BS1/2
D634 = BS1/2
BACK_OF_PARTIAL_GROOVE = CU1
PARTIAL_GROOVE_LENGTH = BS1
PARTIAL_GROOVE_RADIUS = BP
PARTIAL_GROOVE_OPENING_ANGLE = BR1
PARTIAL_GROOVE_WIDTH_BOTTOM = CV1
/*PARTIAL GROOVE>>>FINISH

(probably the first block of relations has something to do with the error)

Thank you,

Nic.

Look for the relations for the feature - these are not the part relations.

the feature is created in the assembly.

Off topic: what does the "$" means in a relation? Example:

  /*>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>POSITION HOLE_1

      $CELL_DA=-OIL_HOLE1_ANGLE

The $ sign is needed to assign a negative value.

Relations can be created at the part level, the feature level, and the sketcher level, among others.

I think your failed relation is at the feature level.

See About Adding Relations Creo Parametric Help Center

Just a tip here: We create all our relations at PART or ASSEMBLY level. Relations "hidden" in features or sketches are hard to find.

Hi,

Line 5 Feature GROOVE id 67 of Model 120330:Invalid left side of assignment

  • probably relation problem, I can't give you more precise information without having the model


Could not read from Model Tree config file $GRI_ENG_CFG/tree.cfg

  • $GRI_ENG_CFG is call out of environment variable named GRI_ENG_CFG, which does not exist

MH


Martin Hanák

I guess there was a feature name called GROOVE that is now deleted or suppressed.

and "Line 5" is referred to what list?

Did you look for the feature relation?

Yes. Here there are the one in the Relations block:

/*GROOVE>>>START

GROOVE_RADIUS=BP:3
GROOVE_ANGLE=BR1:3
BACK_OF_GROOVE=CU1
GROOVE_WIDTH_BOTTOM=CV1


CU3 = CU1-CU2
CU4 = CU1+CU2

CV3 = CV1-CV2
CV4 = CV1+CV2

/*GROOVE>>>FINISH

And what "Line 5" refers to? Should be a list of relations where the 5th line doesn't work right

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