at some point, an vowel mutation (ä) was introduced into the parameters of my company. According to PTC this should not be possible at all.
Now I would like to rename the parameter automatically with ModelUPDATE. I have adjusted everything accordingly. However, apparently the "ä" is not recognized.
Is there any trick to get the "ä" out of the relation and the parameters?
My settings for ModelUPDATE (want to get Parameter: ZAEHNEZAHL)
MC_ENABLE YNA Y
MU_ENABLED YN Y
RELATION_UPDATE YNEW E E E E Y
PARAM_MAP YN Y Y Y Y Y
PRT_PARAM_MAP ZÄHNEZAHL ZAEHNEZAHL
Thank you for your feedback,
I think it is not renaming due to language. ZÄHNEZAHL seems to be German word and ModelCHECK is unable to convert to English.
Thank you for your answer.
Yes, ZÄHNEZAHL is a german word, but I don't think the system is going to test languages.
The question is, why could an umlaut be entered into the system at all?
I tried to rename the parameter with "PRT_PARAM_RENAME ZÄHNEZAHL ZAEHNEZAHL" too.
That works, but I can't get the relations changed.
Maybe there are shortcut codes in CREO like in Microsoft Word?
the solution of mapping the parameter was to convert the check-file, the config_init-file and the list-file to UTF-8-BOM.
But the model-check don't delete the parameter "ZÄHNEZAHL", because it's in use in a surface (feature).
Now I would like to change also this relation in the features, but how do I get it?
These two relations exist:
To add these relations to the list-file doesn't work.
Anybody got an idea?