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5.9.2.4. Menu item Settings for the catalog (display on catalog level)

[Note] Note

This menu item is only displayed on catalog level.

  • Catalog name

    This description shows up in the PARTdataManager.

  • Private catalog

    Value range: Yes / No

    Private catalogs cannot be published and furthermore for these no icons concerning publishing will be displayed. Detailed information on catalog publishing is found under Section 6.11, “ Publish catalog ”.

  • Subfolders to exclude

    If you want to exclude certain directories (e.g. print data) from the cip generation, then proceed as follows:

    1. In PARTproject, on catalog level, call up the tabbed page General.

    2. Under Settings for the catalog -> Subfolders to exclude, click on the search button ....

    3. -> The dialog box Select subfolders to exclude opens.

    4. Activate the checkbox at all directories to be excluded and confirm with OK.

    5. -> The selected subdirectories are inserted separated by comma.

  • Hide frequently used terms (TagCloud)

    With the help of the TagCloud, the search functionality in PARTdataManager is enhanced for each catalog.

    To optimize the terms displayed in the TagCloud, it is necessary to exclude all irrelevant terms before.

    Before starting the function, in any case create a new full-text search index. Finally it is recommended to procede as follows:

    1. Click on the Browse button ....

      -> You are requested to update the full-text search index.

      Confirm with Yes.

      -> The respective dialog box is opened.

    2. Sorting according to Frequency by clicking on the column header (high numbers to the top)

    3. Click on select/deselect all, so that all entries are selected (=excluded) in the first step.

    4. Then go through the list from top to bottom in order to include about 30-50 terms again by clearing the respective checkboxes.

      Include

      • Meaningful namings

      • Potential search terms

      Exclude

      • Numbers

      • Trivial number codes

      • Conjunctions and adjectives

      • etc.

    5. Ideally the procedure has to be repeated for all languages, at least for German and English.

      In the list field top left choose the desired language.

    6. Finally, check the result in PARTdataManager, in the docking window Details under TagCloud.

  • Name of installation

    You can assign your own description for the installation process.

    Name of installation

    Name of installation

    You can also store translations on the Translation tabbed page for this.

    Name of installation

    Name of installation

    The term entered under Name of installation will be displayed during installation in PARTadmin or during installation of the DVD.

    Name of installation

    Name of installation

  • Catalog created in the language

  • Default language of catalog:

    The entry states the language of the default translations. Compare tabbed page Translation -> column default.

    [Note] Note

    The entry should only be set, if one language is used as "default" consistently in the catalog.

    The key name in the project file is DEFAULTLANG. This key is also considered for the tag list generation, if set for the catalog.

  • Catalog available in the languages

    Define translation languages

    Define translation languages

    The translation languages are displayed on the Translation tabbed page.

    [Note] Note

    A detailed description for the catalog translation is found under Section 5.8.2.1.13, “ Translation ”.

  • Check ERP-Mapping on upload: Details on ERP mapping can be found under Section 6.10, “ Add ERP-Mapping... / Edit ERP-Mapping... ”.

  • QAIf a catalog that is QA managed should be created, then you must select Yes from the list.

    Detailed information about PARTproject QA can be found under Chapter 6, PARTproject QA.

  • Server

    For SVN managed catalogs, the entry occurs automatically.

  • Download additional QA files

    Currently not being used.

  • Maintain render materials:

    When clicking on ..., the dialog box Render materials is opened.

    Furthermore in PARTdesigner, Render materials can be assigned as face attribute. More information on face attributes can be found under Section 7.7.1, “ Face attributes ”.