The document provides information on how to create a Drawing that references multiple files.
If a captured Drawing contains two or more unique Parts, for example Part A and Part B, only the Views of the Part that the Drawing is captured against will update and the others will remain the same as the Master files. For example, the Drawing containing Part A and Part B would only update the View of Part A on the Drawing if the Drawing was captured within Part A.
This situation can be avoided by capturing this Drawing within an assembly containing both parts as this forces DriveWorks to re-reference both Parts when generating the Drawing.
See illustration below:
|Drawing (Referencing Part A and Part B) Captured to Part A||Drawing (Referencing Part A and Part B) Captured to the Assembly that contains Part A and Part B|
|The drawing will only have the references for Part A updated.||The drawing will have the references for Part A and Part B updated.|
How to Create Drawings with Multiple Referenced Files:
See Also Drawings
|Knowledge Base Article Ref:||KB17092701|