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What does "<WRef1*0@.....>" meaning?

Builder
Builder

Hello,

 

Some guys asking me what are the benefit or meaning of some signs in the new attributes since NX9.

If we create a Text in NX-Drafting with reference to an Part- or Objekt-Attribute we get now an attibute like this:

<WRef1*0@Attribute_Name>

Befor NX9 we have only:

<W@attribute_Name>

 

What is "Ref1*0" (or "Ref2*0" a.s.o.) meaning? Is it important. Can we edit it? What is the sense?

 

Michael

Michael Eichelberg, CAD-Consultant, Dr. Wallner Engineering Nord GmbH
Production: NX10.0.3 MP16, NX11.0.1 MP4
Development: Batch and VB Testing: NX12
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Re: What does "<WRef1*0@.....>" meaning?

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi,

Please use this as reference to your query 

https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/nx/10/nx_help/#uid:id1374877https://docs.plm.automation....

Hope it helps.

Best Regards

Kapil

Re: What does "<WRef1*0@.....>" meaning?

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

A couple of the important things to note on that page are:

  • obj_id indicates the unique identifier of the object to which the attribute is associated.
  • RefN*0 is a unique identifier generated by NX for internal use.

Consider the above when creating templates (or copy pasting annotation from one part to another), because the unique identifier that was used when the annotation was created will likely be different for each part.

Ben