FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

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I created a custom Family of Parts Table and I want to save the settings.  But, as you can see from the above image, the option to name and save the settings is greyed out and not available.

 

Which text file does the FOP Table save to?

 

I narrowed it down to not being:

  • blocktable.txt
  • draftlist.txt
  • usertable.txt

 

And those are the only three text files I see to store table information.


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--Scott Wertel, P.E.
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Re: FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

@swertel  FWIW:  I just created a test case and see the same as you ST9 MP5

 

but to answer your question directly:  Heck if i know.

 

 

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Matt Johnson
Solid Edge Certified Professional (ST7 & ST8)
Solid Edge ST9 (SEEC) - Production
NX10 (Tc Integration) Pre-Production Testing
Teamcenter 10.1.6

Re: FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

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Thanks for confirming, @MattJohnson_PG.  I create IR 8893112.


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--Scott Wertel, P.E.

Re: FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

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FYI, there are currently existing ERs requesting the ability to save the FOP table settings for reuse.

Re: FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

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Hello

I reported this in 2015 ( my IR 7516627), in answer i got this:

"This is working as designed. There is currently an existing ER requesting this functionality. I will attach this IR to the existing ER.
For whatever reason the product planner chose not have the functionality available with FOPs."

Smiley Frustrated

SE ST9 + TC 10.1.7

Re: FOP Table - Cannot Save Settings

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Hopefully one more vote added to the ER gets it into the developers radar.  No reason that table functionality is not consistent across ALL tables, especially when the dialog is already there.


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--Scott Wertel, P.E.