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Missing Adapter (jt)

Hello,

 

I am using the JT Open Toolkit to read the following PLMXML file:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<PLMXML xmlns="http://www.plmxml.org/Schemas/PLMXMLSchema" schemaVersion="6" language="en-us" date="2013-08-12" time="14:43:46" author="Teamcenter V8000.3.0.62_20120406.00 - Foo Bar">
  <Header id="id1" traverseRootRefs="#id5" transferContext="Cortona3DDefaultTransferMode"></Header>
  <ProductRevision id="id2" name="FOO,ASSY" accessRefs="#id3" subType="ABC_Part Revision" masterRef="#id6" revision="D">
    <ApplicationRef version="CpJ5ib1NRNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="Q5IZ_pW4RNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
    <AssociatedDataSet id="id15" dataSetRef="#id12" role="IMAN_Rendering">
      <ApplicationRef version="hiN5TQzFRNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="hiN5TQzFRNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
    </AssociatedDataSet>
  </ProductRevision>
  <Product id="id6" name="FOO,ASSY" accessRefs="#id3" subType="ABC_Part" productId="12345">
    <ApplicationRef version="Q5IZ_pW4RNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="Q5IZ_pW4RNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
  </Product>
  <ProductView rootRefs="id5" primaryOccurrenceRef="id5">
    <Occurrence id="id5" instancedRef="#id2">
      <ApplicationRef application="Teamcenter" label="Q3ZFDBb5Y1laUB/gnVFDB8AY1laUB"></ApplicationRef>
      <Transform id="id167">-1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1.49202 0.7055399999999999 -0.363823499999999 1</Transform>
    </Occurrence>
  </ProductView>
  <AccessIntent id="id3" intent="reference" ownerRefs="#id4"></AccessIntent>
  <Site id="id4" name="UKDBY01" siteId="356181945">
    <ApplicationRef version="wJFBnlGxRNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="wJFBnlGxRNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
  </Site>
  <DataSet id="id12" name="12345-D" accessRefs="#id3" version="1" memberRefs="#id16" type="DirectModel">
    <ApplicationRef version="hKA5TQzFRNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="hKA5TQzFRNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
    <UserData id="id14">
      <UserValue value="" title="ref_names">
        <UserList id="id13" type="list">
          <Item value="JTPART"></Item>
        </UserList>
      </UserValue>
    </UserData>
  </DataSet>
  <ExternalFile id="id16" accessRefs="#id3" locationRef="12345_D-FOO,ASSY/MODEL$.jt" format="jt">
    <ApplicationRef version="hGL5TQzFRNqfbC" application="Teamcenter" label="hGL5TQzFRNqfbC"></ApplicationRef>
  </ExternalFile>
</PLMXML>

 

My C++ code is as follows: 

 

using namespace plmxml_api;
using namespace plmxml60;

JtkEntityFactory::init();
JtkEntityFactory::registerCustomer(12345);

char* options[] = { "CustomerID=12345" };
char* pluginNames[]={"plmxmlAdapterJT60"};
Initialise(1, pluginNames, 1, options);

Configuration loadOptions;
loadOptions.Set("adapters/JT/CustomerID", "12345");
loadOptions.Set("adapters/JT/Initialised", "TRUE" );
loadOptions.Set("adapters/JT/import/ModelViews", "TRUE" );

Array<Handle> aHandles;
Result r=Load("C:\\file.xml", loadOptions, aHandles);
if(r.GetCode()!=ErrorCodeOK) printf("%S\n",(wchar_t*)r.GetMessage().GetData());

 

When I run the code, it displays the following error:

 

Missing Adapter (jt), resolving: 12345_D-FOO,ASSY/MODEL$.jt

 

What am I doing wrong? How do I connect the JT adapter? Do I have to implement the adapter myself or is it possible to use a standard one? If the PLMXML file contains other file types in addition to JT, do I have to supply an adapter for each file type?

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Re: Missing Adapter (jt)

The PLMXML file indicates format="jt", but plmxmlAdapterJT60 expects file type "JT" (case-sensitive). The solution is:

 

loadOptions.Set("adapters/substitute", "jt/JT");

 

Now the program loads PLMXML without error messages.

What is JT?

JT is the World’s Most Widely Used 3D File Format for PLM

JT is the common language of PLM and is the world’s most widely used 3D format. JT is the first ISO International Standard ( IS 14306-1) for 3D visualization and collaboration. Compact and accurate, JT is used throughout the product development lifecycle in all major industries to communicate the critical design information typically locked up inside a CAD file.

Siemens PLM Software customers rely on JT to be the most robust 3D visualization format available.

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