AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

AutoCAD Plant 3D General DIscussion

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AnandHarrypersad
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Updating Specs retro activly

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09-26-2012 11:04 AM

I have a nearly completed project and I need to modify the specifications for a specific class of fittings. After editing the catalogue and specs how can I update the out dated refferenced specs?

 

Thank you,

Henry

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JohnHolder
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Re: Updating Specs retro activly

09-26-2012 03:12 PM in reply to: AnandHarrypersad

an easy out would to be add the new spec under a different name, and use the new parts.  I have had to do this a couple times.  It does not work if you need to modify the old fittings in the drawing though.

 

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AnandHarrypersad
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Re: Updating Specs retro activly

09-27-2012 10:59 AM in reply to: JohnHolder

Thanks, John.

 

I guess I'll be modifying the existing parts as required. I was hoping to escape that.

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JohnHolder
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Re: Updating Specs retro activly

09-27-2012 12:26 PM in reply to: AnandHarrypersad

Unfortunatly that has been my experience.. hopefully someone else can give us both good news 8(

 

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