You can import into Process Designer using File -> Import -> " Import eBop from file.." and the acceptable formats are .xml, .csv. and .ppd
In Process Simulate using File -> Project Management -> " Import eBop from file.." (if it is not there add from the Tools -> Customize.. window. Again the acceptable formats are .xml, .csv. and .ppd
If you are working in a disconnected study File -> Import/Export -> Import MFGs
CSV MFG file format and I attached the csv template I have used before.
|PmWeldPoint||Can use weld number here||Use weld number||This is a comma delimited Part External IDs (EXT_IDPart1,EXT_IDPart2,EXT_IDPart3)||This is a comma delimeted location (x,y,z)|
in your file the parameters are not delimited by commas (csv=Comma Separated Values), but by semicolons.
Probably this is due to your regional settings of Windows, where you have ";" as list-seperator. Then Excel saves it like that. Check by opening the file in a text-editor.
You may replace ";" by "," or change your regional settings.
this type of import table is for PS on EmServer and not for PS Disconnected.
class;Externalld;name;location;operatesOn are not required for import into a disconnect cell.
if you take a look at the PS Help (see pic) there is an example that shows how to create the csv file.
Afterwards, my csv file looks like this. (opened in notepad)
had a query on similar grounds, is it possible to import weldpoints wrt any frame in the study.
eg. Self frame or working frame or any custom built frame in existing study.