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1.7.3.1.  avoid_parts.cfg

[Note] Note

As of V10 catalog modeling does not use it anymore.

Markup of parts to be avoided now happens in the characteristic attribute table by a special standard variable CNSAVOID. On this see Section 7.8.13.2, “Mark parts to be avoided ” in eCATALOGsolutions Manual.

In the DIN, EN and ISO datasheets (as well as other country standards) certain sizes are sometimes considered to be avoided.

Dimensions that should be avoided: Identification in Table view

Dimensions that should be avoided: Identification in Table view

Dimensions that should be avoided: Identification in List view

Dimensions that should be avoided: Identification in List view

Via configuration (set for standard parts by CADENAS and may be changed administratively by customer) these sizes may be marked or hidden.

[Tip] Tip

The following markups of parts complement each other:

The configuration happens in PARTadmin as described below:

Size to be avoided

Size to be avoided

Block [COMMON] contains the following keys:

  • ACTIVE: 0/1: Feature active: no/yes

  • IMAGE: Image, which will be shown in the respective rows in the PARTdataManager

  • SHOWBITMAP: not yet implemented

  • SHOWBUTTON: not yet implemented

  • SHOWLINE: 0/1: Show line: no/yes

  • TOOLTIPTEXT

A complete definition is contained in each block pair.

First the block, which defines the rule, then the block which is referred by the desired project.

Block [Rule name] contains the following keys:

  • RULE1, RULE2, ect.

    The value is given with Fortran syntax.

    For example: D.EQ.3.9 (EQ stands for "equal")

    Meaning: Rows, in which the variable D has the value 3.9, will be marked or hidden.

  • Block [Projectpath] with one or more keys which contain the rule name.

Example:

[STD-SCREWS-2]
RULE1=D.EQ.3.9

[norm/din/schrauben/blechschrauben/din_6928_c.prj]
RULE1=STD-SCREWS-2