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Change patterned component iproperties via iLogic

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09-19-2012 04:23 PM

I'm working on a main assembly. I want to edit the iproperties of components within a sub-assembly, this is fine for "RING:1"

 

iProperties.Value("RING:1","Project", "Description")="A79-H020B001"

but I get an error message when i try to edit the iproperties of a patterned component within the sub-assembly, any guesses???

 

Thanks,

Lewis

 

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I created one top assembly with sub-assembly with pattern included, and used the iLogic rule you provided. But it can't be reproducible. So could you attach the dataset or send it to me @ river-yijiang.cai@autodesk.com for further investigation?

It working fine now, thanks River

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Re: Change patterned component iproperties via iLogic

09-19-2012 06:37 PM in reply to: LewisLusby

I created one top assembly with sub-assembly with pattern included, and used the iLogic rule you provided. But it can't be reproducible. So could you attach the dataset or send it to me @ river-yijiang.cai@autodesk.com for further investigation?

Thanks,
River Cai

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Re: Change patterned component iproperties via iLogic

09-19-2012 07:09 PM in reply to: Yijiang.Cai

It working fine now, thanks River

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Re: Change patterned component iproperties via iLogic

09-19-2012 07:11 PM in reply to: LewisLusby

Really glad to hear that it works fine for you.

Thanks,
River Cai

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