NX 11 | SW 2016 | Creo 4 | TcUA 11.4
Evaluating: AW 3.4
I would like to see an assembly with the jt of its components in the same way I see it in the structure manager but without entering the structure manager in order to avoid any structure modification by mistake. Is possible to have a window to see it?
When you open an assembly in structure manager, Save icon is grayed out.
If any changes/modifications made in the structure, the asterisk (*) symbol appears before the name in 'Structure Manager' tab and save icon become active. There you can save the changes or discard the changes by closing the structure manager tab.
I found that lifecycle viewer shows the 3D more or less as structure manager and I think with no risks. I prefer this method to recomend its use to some workmates in order to reduce risk, I understand you dont make changes in structure manager if you dont press save button but I prefer to avoid any risks.
I send them to TcVis Integration from Teamcenter. It's fully functional compared to the limited tfunctionality in the Rich Client Lifecycle Viewer or Embedded Viewer in Structure Manager.
Do I need a specific license for using TcVis or it cames with base version of TC? when I try to open a jt file from windows TcVis (or at least what I think is TcVis) tells me that no license is available. Maybe I need to purchase a different license or maybe I just need to configure it properly. Thanks
We have finished the installation of TcVis. Thank you for letting me now about this program. We didn't know we could use it. I think it can be a good tool for us.
I have seen some videos on youtube where they use TcVis to create views and data for technical sheets, assembly and installation manuals... I guess a higher license is needed for that. Has someone used it and can explain me how it works? Thanks.
TcVis has a number of peices of functionality and licenses required. You'll likely want VisMockup but there is also a Tech Pubs function too.
The first time I started TcVis I was hable to log in to TC and open assemblies that where inside the db.
Now I cant do the same, I dont remember how I did it (I think it was through Open menu in TcVis).
How should I do that? Is there a way to open in TcVis launching it from TC?