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User_words ModelCheck Dictionary Share drive

HW_9564609
6-Contributor

User_words ModelCheck Dictionary Share drive

Hello All,


Creo 4.0 M140.

Considering moving our model check files to a share drive using modelcheck_dir to give us flexibility to adjust them without need to deploy new updates to users.

I've seen a few topics regarding the dictionary and user_words. It seems this file will only read from the load point directory.  Can anyone confirm this is true?

Anyone have success sharing a dictionary with other users? We could restrict write access in our shared drive to prevent things from getting too wild if needed of course.

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BenLoosli
22-Sapphire III
(To:HW_9564609)

That is NOT true. I have both Creo 4 M080 and Creo 7.0.7.0.

My ModelCheck folder is moved to a network drive and it does read the user_words file from that shared location.

I also put the ModelCheck report folder on a shared drive. I review the reports and add new words to the user_words file weekly.

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BenLoosli
22-Sapphire III
(To:HW_9564609)

That is NOT true. I have both Creo 4 M080 and Creo 7.0.7.0.

My ModelCheck folder is moved to a network drive and it does read the user_words file from that shared location.

I also put the ModelCheck report folder on a shared drive. I review the reports and add new words to the user_words file weekly.

HW_9564609
6-Contributor
(To:BenLoosli)

Very interesting. I'll have to keep playing around then. 

 

Do you utilize the same folder structure as the loadpoint? (Modchk/text/language/spell/user_words)

 

Could having the user_words file in the loadpoint still be causing issues?

I was able to get model check to read a custom directory, but once it started doing so it no longer would pick up on user_words in my loadpoint C drive and wouldn't use the version in my custom directory either.

HW_9564609
6-Contributor
(To:BenLoosli)

I had too many test cases going on. Thought it was having an issue with getting to our shared drives so forgot I had moved my directory to a more local modelcheck_dir.

It does seem to be picking up on my custom words now.

 

Thank you for confirming!

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