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Does anyone know how to: Read the PMI Security Markings in the part with the post?

Pioneer
Pioneer

We use the PMI Security Markings in our parts.    I need to know how these can be read with the postprocessor or .tcl code.    For postprocessing and shop documents.  All our documents key from these markings.  

 

We know workarounds of using a special property, but that makes 2 sources for the same information and we only want one source.

 

ER has been turned in for a set of MOM variables to return the data.  

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Re: Does anyone know how to: Read the PMI Security Markings in the part with the post?

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

From limited testing, these markings are available in API.

You can use the UF_MOM_extend_xlator and related calls to implement

 

From recording a journal, these are the classes involved:

NXOpen.Annotations.GovernmentSecurityInformation

NXOpen.Annotations.CompanyProprietaryInformation

NXOpen.Annotations.ExportControlBuilder

 

You should be able to use these until Siemens acts on your ER

Ken Akerboom Sr CAx Systems Engr, Moog, Inc.
Production: NX10.0.3.5 MP16/TC11.2
I'd rather be e-steamed than e-diseaseled


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Does anyone know how to: Read the PMI Security Markings in the part with the post?

Pioneer
Pioneer

We use the PMI Security Markings in our parts.    I need to know how these can be read with the postprocessor or .tcl code.    For postprocessing and shop documents.  All our documents key from these markings.  

 

We know workarounds of using a special property, but that makes 2 sources for the same information and we only want one source.

 

ER has been turned in for a set of MOM variables to return the data.  

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