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opening a model in read only mode

Pioneer
Pioneer

how to open a model in read only mode ?

 

/Sathyaraj C

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Re: opening a model in read only mode

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

Teamcenter or Native?

Generally, NX uses whatever the OS or PDM system allows - if you can write, it opens writable.

 

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


Re: opening a model in read only mode

Pioneer
Pioneer

Thanks for the reply Smiley Happy

 

Can I overwrite the settings to make it open in Read-Only mode ?

 

 

( In the event of some trial and errors, or trying different methodology, It would be promising to no changges in data , If it opens in Read-Only type)

 

 

/Sathyaraj C

Re: opening a model in read only mode

Solution Partner Valued Contributor Solution Partner Valued Contributor
Solution Partner Valued Contributor

You can solve this with NXOpen function in Native NX. Our example:

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Attila Szepesi, Application Engineer, graphIT Ltd.
Production: NX12.0.2 | TcUA 11.3
Development: VB.NET, C# Testing: NX--

Re: opening a model in read only mode

Legend
Legend

we run Native, so I set it in the OS

I set all customer supplied geometry to read only when I log it in.

If its imported geometry, I translate it to NX then make that file read only as well.

work Work in progess (wip) and I want to go in a different direction to see how it goes, I do a save as, then make the original wip read only.

 

That NXopen password looks interesting, is it a free thing?

 

 

Rob Newcomb, CAD/CNC/Simulation manager
Elmhirst Industries, Specializing in Prototype sheet metal stampings and assemblies

Production: NX 12.0.1 / Autoform r7 /WorkNC 2018 r2
Testing:nothing.
PC: Rave Cadbeast: Intel(R) i7-4790K CPU @ 4.GHz /32gb ram /NVIDIA Quadro P2000 on Win10 Pro

Re: opening a model in read only mode

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

This is one of the many reasons to use a managed envrionment - access control.

 

In native you can enforce through the file system (e.g. Windows permissions).  But you still need a coherent process/policy.