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Re: Import weld locations

PLM World Member Phenom PLM World Member Phenom
PLM World Member Phenom

hello,

 

Today import ps all weld points in cell zero frame.

The working Frame or other frames is not supported today for imports. 

Kind regards,

Benjamin Voelzke

Re: Import weld locations

Experimenter
Experimenter
Syntax is:

Class,ExternalId,name,location
PmWeldPoint,wp_1234_import,wp1234,"123.123,-456.456,789.789"
PmWeldPoint,wp_5678_import,wp5678,"321.321,-654.654,987.987"

Save as *.csv
Import eBOP from file

Re: Import weld locations

Creator
Creator

Hello patrick

 

Can you tell me the procedure step wise to import csv file into PS Emserver .

 

I am trying to import but its giving me errors 

Re: Import weld locations

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hello moien2580,

 

more or less, the steps are descibed in the previous post from epsilon.

 

1. create a new csv file (syntax see previous post)

2. run PD or PS on eMS.

3. select e.g. your working folder.

4. Importe eBop from file (change file filter to csv and select you file)

 

Thats it.

 

Best regards

Re: Import weld locations

Creator
Creator

Hello 

 

I have tried in the same way , 

but still it is showing the same error as 

 

1) class not found

2) check for customization 

Re: Import weld locations

Experimenter
Experimenter

There might be a problem with your settings.

Go to Region and Language settings in control panel and change to English.

 

Rename the attached file to .csv

Re: Import weld locations

Creator
Creator

I have tried as you have mentioned , but its giving me eror that class not exist and  check for customization 

Re: Import weld locations

Experimenter
Experimenter

I renamed PmWeldPoint to just WeldPoint and got the same error you got when i did an import.

Try to rename to only WeldPoint and see what you get.

 

If i create a path and a location and convert the location to a SPOT end then export the path to an .xml-file the "class" is PmWeldPoint

 

<PmWeldPoint ExternalId="892B0CD0-94D0-4AF9-ACD3-7B41EC78E2D2"><name>via22</name>

Re: Import weld locations

Creator
Creator

Thank you very much for your reply 

 

 

Can you please given me your mail ID so can discuss more on to it 

Re: Import weld locations

Phenom
Phenom

Hello moien2580

 

When you create the csv file, if you right click and select edit (or if you try to import the text file in Excel from "Data" - "Get External Data" - "From Text"), the separator between the text is a comma?

 

The message you receive indicates the class attribute was not found in the file, which means:

 

1 - PmWeldPoint class does not exist in your customization (you need to check your customization settings using EMPlanner on administration tools). I don't believe this is actually the problem because you probably can see weld points from other sources or studies right? Did you check the class name of those weld points? 

 

2 - The class attribute was not correctly read because of wrong separator in the csv file. This is really tricky when using excel, sometimes I have csv files that I need to re-open, click to save the file again, and then I can import correctly. 

 

Regards,