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Creo View Sequence Name Bug

AlexK
14-Alexandrite

Creo View Sequence Name Bug

Hi Community,

 

When I use an underscore ( _ ) in a Creo View sequence name it converts it in the .pvi file to ( _5F )  when I publish the PVZ.

 

Example: sequence_1 becomes sequence_5F1.pvi

 

Thanks for fixing this bug.

 

Best wishes,

 

Alex

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Hi @AlexK ,

thanks for reporting this issue to the community. I tested it and could reproduce the issue according your description with any model. e.g. I tested in Creo Illustrate 8.0.0 and could observe that in  the pvi names the underscore characters from the c3di figures names are replaced  by the string  "_5F"

But ...

When we take the published model in Vuforia Studio - in this case it works fine and displays the underscore character correctly -  e.g. :

When we have in Creo Illustrate a Figure with the name  "Figure_test_underscore" when we publish then the c3di to pvz format and later unzip the file we can see:  for the figure/sequence "Figure_test_underscore"  then the corresponding    pvi file name is "l-Creo 3D - Figure_5Ftest_5Funderscore.pvi"

But when we load the same pvz file to Studio and used it in a model widget then the sequence list property will display the correct name "Figure_test_underscore" and it will work correctly.

On the other side when I try to "correct" the name by removing the "5F" it will not work. 

YEs this is a change but this change is only for  the internal pvi name (internal part of the pvz file format) . I want to remember that the name of the pvi file does not corresponds 100% to  the piv name. For example it contains also the prefix "l-Creo 3D -" so that such change when the model is working  correctly could not be classified by 100% as bug. I will ask dev team if this change was intended or not.(mistake)

My question: are there any problems which are affected by this change? Could you please, provide example where we can see that this change will affect your workflow?

Thanks!

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Hi @AlexK ,

thanks for reporting this issue to the community. I tested it and could reproduce the issue according your description with any model. e.g. I tested in Creo Illustrate 8.0.0 and could observe that in  the pvi names the underscore characters from the c3di figures names are replaced  by the string  "_5F"

But ...

When we take the published model in Vuforia Studio - in this case it works fine and displays the underscore character correctly -  e.g. :

When we have in Creo Illustrate a Figure with the name  "Figure_test_underscore" when we publish then the c3di to pvz format and later unzip the file we can see:  for the figure/sequence "Figure_test_underscore"  then the corresponding    pvi file name is "l-Creo 3D - Figure_5Ftest_5Funderscore.pvi"

But when we load the same pvz file to Studio and used it in a model widget then the sequence list property will display the correct name "Figure_test_underscore" and it will work correctly.

On the other side when I try to "correct" the name by removing the "5F" it will not work. 

YEs this is a change but this change is only for  the internal pvi name (internal part of the pvz file format) . I want to remember that the name of the pvi file does not corresponds 100% to  the piv name. For example it contains also the prefix "l-Creo 3D -" so that such change when the model is working  correctly could not be classified by 100% as bug. I will ask dev team if this change was intended or not.(mistake)

My question: are there any problems which are affected by this change? Could you please, provide example where we can see that this change will affect your workflow?

Thanks!

AlexK
14-Alexandrite
(To:RolandRaytchev)

Hi Roland,

 

Now that I know about the issue, it doesn't really bother me.

 

Best wishes,

 

Alex

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