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5.14.  Add projects to classification

Projects can be assigned to different classifications in PARTproject under Edit project -> tabbed page General -> Classification:

Classified parts have added value in many ways:

Examples:

  • Search and find options are enhanced.

    The classified parts can be found in PARTdataManager during part selection in the different classifications:

    • By Alphabet

    • By Categories

    • By Countries

    • CIBSE PDT

    • eClass 4.1, 5.0 (SP1), 5.1, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, 7.0, 7.1, 8.0, 8.1, 9.0, 9.1, 10.0

    • ETIM 4.0

    • FSF

    • ICS

    • IFC4

    • OmniClass

    • OmniClass 2006

    • PCon: Connection classification

    • Standards

    • Uniclass2015

    • UNSPSC

    On this compare Section 3.1.6.4.12.4, “Item "Classifications" ” in PARTsolutions / PARTcommunity4Enterprise - User manual. If you created your own classification, this is also displayed here (see Section 5.15, “Apply own Class system ”.

    Classifications in PARTdataManager

    Classifications in PARTdataManager

  • In the docking window Part information you can find all information on the individual classifications, on which the part has been assigned to.

    PARTdataManager - Part information

    PARTdataManager - Part information

  • If, under Extras --> Settings --> Table, the option Show class variables has been enabled (here below exemplified eClass 7.1), the respective class variables are displayed in the column headers of the table.

    Show class variables - enable

    Show class variables - enable

    Class attributes in PARTdataManager

    Class attributes in PARTdataManager

  • Classification (Standards)

    Parts classified as standard part, are shown in PARTdataManager under Standards classification and are marked with an icon, so that they can quickly recognized when browsing through the catalogs. Furthermore a search can directly focus on them. Also compare Section 3.1.19.3.1, “Icon - Standards Classification ” in PARTsolutions / PARTcommunity4Enterprise - User manual.

  • Classification (CNS)

    The CNS classification is not directly visible in PARTdataManager, but a number of functions is controlled by the set class attributes.

    • Connection elements such as bolts, nuts, rings, pins, etc.

      For Connection elements such as bolts, nuts, rings, pins, etc., cutting in 2D view can be excluded. [43]

      In image 1 below you can see that with activation of the respective classification attribute only the plate is cut and not the screw itself.

      Image 1: Screw not cut

      Image 1: Screw not cut

      Image 2: Screw cut

      Image 2: Screw cut

      Under Edit project -> General -> Classification > Attributes (CNS) the feature CNS_NOSECTION can be set to 1.

      [Note] Note

      In exceptional cases, Consulting can step in via configuration file and so declare certain directories/projects in this way.

      Local changes in project file are not target aimed, because they will get lost at next catalog update again.

      [Important] Important

      Information for regular customers when updating to V11:

      An Update of CNS classification and affected catalogs is mandatory.

    • Semi finished products

      Semi finished products can be classified as such.[44]

      Example of semi finished product

      Example of semi finished product

      Under Edit project -> General -> Classification > Attributes (CNS) the feature CNS_RAWMATERIAL can be set to 1.

      [Note] Note



[43] As of V11 the declaration in ifacecommon.cfg is cancelled. In exceptional cases it can be used further on. See Section 2.2.8.7, “ Block [NoSection] ” in PARTsolutions / PARTcommunity4Enterprise - Administration Manual.

[44] As of V11 the declaration in ifacecommon.cfg is cancelled. See Section 2.2.8.8, “ Block [RAWMATERIALS] ” in PARTsolutions / PARTcommunity4Enterprise - Administration Manual.