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3.1.7.2.2. Example: Quick restriction to desired values

Initial situation:

Determine value ranges of the single variables

Determine value ranges of the single variables

All table values are listed among each other. The variable values are set to middle table values.

The variables B, LG and LS have a fixed value .

At all other variables, the part can be specified via list field selection.

  1. The variable's D value is changed to 2.000.

    -> Thereby the variable is automatically pinned. The filter symbol is displayed. (Tooltip: Filtered. Filtered variables restrict other selections.)

    -> All other values depending on this value show the checkmark . (Tooltip: Selection done. There is only one value left to choose.).

  2. The variable L can or has still to be specified. It shows the symbol . (Tooltip: There are some values possible at the moment.)

    Within the black values of the list field the variable L can still be determined. Selecting a blue value would remove all selections (restrictions) set before.

    The value is set to 6.000.

    -> Now the symbol is displayed here, too.

  3. In a last step the value range variable DIN962OPT is specified. There are different types of value range variable. On this see Section 3.1.7.2.1, “Value ranges ”.

    Value range variables are marked by . (Tooltip: There are some values possible at the moment.)

    Select the desired option.

    Information on DIN962 can be found under Section 3.1.7.1.10.7, “ DIN 962 option ”.

Now all desired settings are made. The part can be exported now.