AutoCAD Electrical General Discussion

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felix
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Ace_plc.mdb last version

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04-10-2013 07:01 AM

finished installing Acad Electrical version 2014 from the  Interet. the file Ace_plc.mdb new , is smaller from the file in version 2013.
Where to get a date file ?

 

Thank you

Felix

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lionSG
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Re: Ace_plc.mdb last version

04-10-2013 06:58 PM in reply to: felix

Did you add or check the boxes with the same number of PLC manufacturers when you first installed the new ACE 2014?

If not you can go back to unistall/Change the program,  add or remove features to all more manufacturers again.

Another way is to migrate your old PLC data over using the migration utility under the project tab.

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felix
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Re: Ace_plc.mdb last version

04-10-2013 10:05 PM in reply to: lionSG
Thank you for your answer.

1. I did the upgrade online. In the Installation process there was
not possible to select PLC'S.

2. I know to combine the earlier version file.

3. My question is, is there a more advanced file (Ace_plc.mdb) for
version 2014?

Regards

Felix



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lionSG
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Re: Ace_plc.mdb last version

04-10-2013 10:49 PM in reply to: felix

Hi Felix,

 

You can just add the PLC brands that you want in the manufacturer content setup dialog box; they will update the PLC database .mdb if those manufacturers have PLC modules.

 

As for the newer PLCs in 2014, I did not really check or use newer one for my projects.

Maybe the rest can help answer that.

Thanks.  

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