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Karol-Or
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10-03-2013 07:01 AM

I get this message although i pressed Gereta files on RMB

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mcgyvr
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Re: Returning message

10-03-2013 07:15 AM in reply to: Karol-Or

When working with iparts/iassemblies I find its necessary to do the following procedure when starting a new drawing and even opening an existing drawing even if you haven't changed the factory at all.. Not sure why as I've never had time to dig into it and just live with it..

 

in the factory do a rebuild all, then save then generate members then save again.

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10-03-2013 07:55 AM in reply to: Karol-Or

It doesn't take much sometimes for the system to think that the members need to be regenerated.

I think it is a good idea to rebuild the factory before regenerating them.

Are you using vault by any chance?  I ask, because the most up to date members should be in the vault so you know that you are inserting the latest and greatest into your assemblies.

 

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Karol-Or
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Re: Returning message

10-03-2013 11:52 AM in reply to: mcgyvr

 

mcgyvr wrote:

in the factory do a rebuild all, then save then generate members then save again.


What is a factory? is it a row in the table?

And where is the Rebulid All command?

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10-03-2013 01:07 PM in reply to: Karol-Or

Karol-Or wrote:

 

mcgyvr wrote:

in the factory do a rebuild all, then save then generate members then save again.


What is a factory? is it a row in the table?

And where is the Rebulid All command?


In the ipart/iassembly world the main ipt or iam file is called the "factory".. The variations you create are called the "members"

 

rebuild all is on the manage tab in the update section

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10-03-2013 01:23 PM in reply to: Karol-Or

Another way to look at it is the ipart/iassembly factory file is the mother file and the members are the children whic are created in the table. 

I have my rebuild all linked to a hot key so I can implement it at anytime I need to.

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