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Replace component= "Part is not a valid version of component part"

Genius
Genius

Hello

What does this mean ?

Part is greyed out and I try to use Replace Component to bring it alive => "Part is not a valid version of component part"

 

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Re: Replace component= "Part is not a valid version of component part"

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Solution Partner Phenom
While the parts may look the same to you they are not the same to NX due to the internal UID being different. They don't have the same parentage. So if you replace the part then you'll have to do the mating conditions again (possibly other links too).

Randy Ellsworth, Teamcenter Architect, Applied CAx, LLC
NX 11 | SW 2016 | Creo 4 | TcUA 11.4
Evaluating: AW 3.4

Re: Replace component= "Part is not a valid version of component part"

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi @12131444,

 

To add to @RandyEllsworth's reply, this can happen if a user imports a part from the OS into the Named References of an existing Item Revision's UGMASTER or UGPART Dataset.  It can also happen if a user imports a part into Teamcenter, into an existing Item Revision's Dataset, by either using the NX Import Assembly into Teamcenter UI or one of the command line import utilities using the Overwrite action.

In both cases, the physical NX part file is replaced in Teamcenter.  Parent assemblies find the child Item ID's, however, the NX part file found in the datasets has a different internal NX UID, hence the warning.

You can turn off this message in NX and accept the imported part by checking the "Allow Replacements" checkbox in the Load Behavior section of the NX Assembly Load Options.

 

Regards, Ben