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Adding Custom iproperties with iLogic

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11-02-2010 03:23 AM

Hi!

Is it possible to automatically add custom iproperties using iLogic?

 

I have a rule thats adds text to a propery, but when I run the rule in an old partfile i get the error:

"Can't find a property named DrawingNo"

 

Is there something like:

"Create iProperties.Value("Custom", "DrawingNo")"?

Read Up on this article:

http://modthemachine.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/02/custom-iproperties.html

 

All of the VB stuff that Brian describes can be applied to iLogic. Just remember to observe VB.net rules (i.e. 'Get' and 'Set' aren't required) and don't forget that you can use iLogic's built in functions to get the current document.

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Re: Adding Custom iproperties with iLogic

11-02-2010 06:29 AM in reply to: nickolas.jaderas

Read Up on this article:

http://modthemachine.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/02/custom-iproperties.html

 

All of the VB stuff that Brian describes can be applied to iLogic. Just remember to observe VB.net rules (i.e. 'Get' and 'Set' aren't required) and don't forget that you can use iLogic's built in functions to get the current document.

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Re: Adding Custom iproperties with iLogic

11-02-2010 06:41 AM in reply to: PaulMunford

Super!

I will try read and try the examples:smileyhappy:

 

actually what i wanded it to do: (for using the substitution function in the partlist)

 

if iProperties.Value("Custom", "Part have drawing") = True
iProperties.Value("Custom", "DrawingNo")= "=ACC TO DWG <Project>-<SubNo>-<ItemNo>"
else if iProperties.Value("Custom", "Part have drawing") = False
iProperties.Value("Custom", "DrawingNo")= ""
end if

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Re: Adding Custom iproperties with iLogic

12-20-2012 11:23 PM in reply to: nickolas.jaderas

in the tutorial not included how to delete the custom properties.

can anyone help me?

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