To start a Query in SE we have exatelly 13 Parameters to search for:
It could be tha case, that a company has ist own customisable Parameters like it is the case with the following situation:
-Parameter 1 : Bezeichnung1
-Parameter 2 : Bezeichnung2
To avoid wasting time in configuring a query for "every" Assembly, I propose to Copy the content of the Parameter 1 & Parameter 2 and paste them in the field: "Stichwörter" that every SE-User has access to it in the following format for example:
Content of Parameter 1 - Content of Parameter 2
During saving our files for the first time, if we Copy & Paste these Parameters in the right Filed, we could start a Query and find every Part in every Assembly easily without extra effort and time comsumption!
I am now looking for a possibility to copy the 2/N-Custom Parameters and to paste them in the Field "Stichwörter" globaly in a managed or not managed environement without the need the do it manually!
Thanks in advance,
Solved! Go to Solution.
From the file properties I used the following fields: 1 & 2
-Open the files in Solid Edge
-Click on: "Properties Manager"
-Copy & Paste the Customised information to the fields 1 & 2
=>Now it's possible to search for this information globaly from any Assembly without wasting time in customising a Query for each Assembly...
Not sure I follow exactly.
So now you just specify "keyword" or "stichworter" in your query?
In Solid Edge / ASM I have to search for one of the parameters, that Solid Edge offers.
It's not the best sollution but it helps me in the Assemblies and also in the Drafts.
I didn't know you could use the Summary tab in file properties that way.
not certain to understand You complete, but as far as I have unterstood,
there are to ways to accomplish Your needs.
Either use a saved query instead of the quick query (yOu can copy it from one asm to another or You write a small macro for copy one or more properties to "Stichwörter"
I would recommend here to use the comment if possible, since there is the opportunity for a multiple line text.
That means evry original proerty could be in a different line.
I think for comparing and finding it could be easier.
I know, that the macro code for copy/paste proeprties form one to another field isn't that difficult,
and I think thee already exists macros doing exactly that.
We have to look for.
Maybe the forum community can help here