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Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

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Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

To upgrade from Creo 2.0 M120 to Creo 4.0, can someone recommend a stable date code in Creo 4?

 

Right now PTC released M80 for Creo 4 and there are datacodes from M10 till M70. Please advice

 

Thanks in advance,

Shenthil

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Re: Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

If you use Restricted Parameter files, do NOT use M060 as the data does not update in your drawing files if you make changes to the restricted parameter file. We had to go in and manually add new people to our drawing files when we added a few new checkers to the list.

Re: Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

@BenLoosli, has this been fixed in M070 or M080?

Re: Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

I do not think so. I have done some testing in m080 and it still does it wrong.

My testing is with my parts and drawings. Others say they have not seen this issue.

Since there is a work around, use local restricted parameters, I have not pushed the issue with PTC.

Maybe if I get some time I will do some more testing with non-Template parts and see what happens.

I have M080 (and M060) on one network and M070 on another. The M070 network would be updating files from Creo2, but it is connected to Windchill and Windchill has been down for a week doing a rehost.

Re: Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

I am trying out with M80. Trying for a silent installation. Update once its done

Re: Which is the stable datacode in Creo 4.0?

This really weird. I have tried both m060 and m080 and if I use my existing template for a new drawing, I cannot update the restricted parameter list by using the menu. If I create a new drawing with no format and no template, I can then add a restricted parameter, save the file, modify the restricted param file and then reopen the file and it will update the list.

 

So I guess my warning is null and void, except if you use my template drawing (which won't happen). Now to investigate why my template and the drawings created from it do not update.