Oh, OK I didn't realise you just need the modified executable.
It seems you are using ST9, but I hope this should still work, since I could test using only ST8:
Open the \Custom\OpenSave\bin\Debug folder.
Backup your existing OpenSave.exe and OpenSave.exe.config files
Extract the files from the attached zip to the above folder.
Overwrite the Config file
Change extension of the .ex_ file to .exe
This is your new exe with the Update BoMs check box.
Let me know if you face any issues.
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It ran fine as long as the links were not broken. I ran it on two test files and recieved the following error message...(I believe the message is expected if the dft has broken links)?
Clarifying Note - one of the test files had a broken link and the other did not. It did not process either file once it found the one with the broken link. If I just run it on the non-broken link dft it ran fine.)
By broken links, do you mean - right clicking on a Drawing View and Convert to 2D View ?
Not seeing the problem here even after the above command.
No, the broken links I'm referring to are caused by us adding and "x" to the end of the .par, .psm, or .asm filename once the part is no longer to be used. That causes the DFT file to not be able to find the fille. I realize that we could use design manager to rename the 3D files, but we're okay with just renaming it right from Explorer. Once a new revision is on place we either add the x to the old files and/or move them to our obsolete folder. All drafts revisions remain in our production folder for ease of access when record searching.
I checked the original attachment and found I have shared the source files for those who might be interested.
The projects needs to be compiled using Visual Studio and I have atatched the exe with this message.
Extract the zip file, ideally to the same location as the original sample that comes with Solid Edge i.e.
\Program Files\Solid Edge STx\Custom\OpenSave\bin\ folder
Then run the program:
@Tushar is there any chance of maybe getting a version of this that works in SE2019? I used this all the time, but I can't get this to work since switching over to 2019. I get errors before I can even have it run, and then also when I tell to browse to folder, and then when I click process.