File Formats can have rules applied to determine the File Name and Relative Path.
Making the File Name rule equate to "Delete" will not generate the additional format.
To display the parameters of the file formats to apply rules open the project in DriveWorks Administrator and:
All captured File Formats can have rules applied for:
Additional parameters are available for the following file types:
|File Name||OrderNumberReturn & "Sales Drawing"||When applied to a PDF File Format will result in the file name 1234 Sales Drawing.pdf, where OrderNumberReturn = 1234.|
|Relative Path||"\\DriveWorks\Sales Documents\" & OrderNumberReturn||Will create the folder Sales Documents\1234, where OrderNumberReturn = 1234 (If it does not already exist) and store the generated file format there.|
|Quality Percentage (JPEG)||100||Will export the JPEG file at the highest quality.|
|View Name (JPEG)||"UpperFront"||Will apply the custom view UpperFront before creating the image file.|
|Export as 3D (PDF)||TRUE||Will export as a 3D PDF.|
|Enable Measuring Support (eDrawing)||FALSE||Will disable measuring support|
|Scale Output 1:1 (DXF)||TRUE||Will output 1:1 scale.|
Checking an assembly in the Add Component dialog will check all sub-assemblies and parts automatically.
The assembly will be added to the Model List as a Component Set.
Checking sub-assemblies or parts (without checking a higher level assembly) will add those items as separate component sets.
This will prevent the unintentional adding of sub assemblies and parts to the captured components tree.
File Formats (Capturing)
A part or assembly which has been added to the Model Rules screen and is not contained in a parent assembly.