I have a title block frame inserted as xref into hundreds of files. When i rename this xref it shows unreferenced in all the other files where i've inserted and thats normal.
My question is how can we sort this issue by fixing all at one go. I'm hoping there will be a way which is something similar to "Reference Manager" or with a lisp program. Please help me.
Try with BatchInDatabase or BatchInEditor which are free and available to download from Autodesk Exchange Apps .
For a single xref file, use the command "Xref-Replace Path" and you can add multiple times for every xref file
For multiple files , you could do that using command "Redirect Refences"
you can direct all references to point to new folder by entering * at the old path filed and give new folder name in the new path field or you can use this as find/Replace strings in path including file name
for an example:
Let say,You have Xref files for the Preliminary phase which starts with X-ABC-000-FILE NAME and wants to move to next phase Detail Design but wants to keep the preliminary xrefs as it is until the submission is approved or to resubmit again with some revision or for any other reason.
Now you have files copied to new location that is under Detail design folder (as shown in the image) with new name X-ABC-001-FILE NAME
here you have new folder plus renamed xref files (from X-ABC-000- to X-ABC-001-).
Now enter strings "P:\PRELIMINARY DESIGN\XREF\X-ABC-000-" in the old path and
"P:\DETAIL DESIGN\XREF\X-ABC-001-" in the new path
this operation will change all xref files path matching with sarting string to new path string, if you have multiple directories then you can add this command multiple times for each different folders.
Watch the avalable videos in the website http://www.CADManagerTools.com to learn how to use the available commands
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