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Reconversion of alternate assembly

Hi,
An assembly is converted to an alternate assembly.
No archive copy of this assembly is available.
Is there anyway to reconvert the alternate assembly, to be able to get and edit the parameters?
Or it's a one way conversion?
Yasser
SEST5_MP07

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‎08-26-2015 04:32 AM

Hi Yasser,   It is a one-way conversion with no way to co...

Hi Yasser,

 

It is a one-way conversion with no way to convert back to a regular assembly. The best way to do this would be to set one of the members the way you want the regular assembly to look and then do a 'Save Member As' to save it as a regular assembly.

 

Hope this helps,

Greg

Re: Hi Yasser,   It is a one-way conversion with no way to co...

hi Greg,

Thanks Greg for your answer Greg.
I tried the following...
Under:
Alternate Assembly / Members
There are these two Icons "Save as" and "Add Occurances", so I marked all the parameters of the alternate assembly and add them.
Then I clicked on the Icon Save as, so I was able to generated a new assembly with all activated parameters.
It works but I have to delete the first "alternate" assembly.

Yasser

Re: Hi Yasser,   It is a one-way conversion with no way to co...

Hi Yasser,

Yes, unfortunately you will need to delete the alternate assembly if you no longer need it after saving the member.

Greg