I use Win7 x64. I installed JT2GO v.10.1.4 and after that installed MS Office x86. If i try to open example (Start->Teamcenter 10.1->Lifecycle Visualization->JT Documents Examples->MS Word JT Document), then I get error message in MS Word (see image below). How it could be fixed?
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I was able to reproduce what you are seeing. After talking with the development team, the problem is the example file was never updated when the PLMVisOCX and WebTree were deprecated out of the product and replaced with the VisJt2GoOCX.
If it is problem with example file, it's ok.
But, when I try add jt file into MS Word Document I get message (see message below, sorry, message in russian, but I translated it bellow)
I use in MS Word:
Insert -> Object -> Create from file
After that I choose jt file (see file model.jt in attach) and get message with meaning:
Object was created in the program: DirectModel. This program not installed on your computer or not response. For modify the object, install DirectModel or make sure that all dialog windows are closed.
JT2GO installed and not open at the moment.
What is wrong?
This was a known issue with unsupported languages which has been resolved. See this post on the forum for the solution: http://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/JT2Go-Forum/Solution-to-the-problem-quot-The-program-...
It specifies JT2Go 10.1.5, but it should work for 10.1.4 - if it doesn't, please update to 10.1.5 (Download JT2Go Desktop 32 bit version for English on the JT2Go home page - https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/en_us/products/teamcenter/plm-platform-capabilities/visualiza...).
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.