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aszepesi (Mechanical) (OP)
9 Feb 11 8:39
John,

How could I read the customer's Install/Sold-to ID from the NX part file out? Journal or something else?
thanks a lot
looslib (Mechanical)
9 Feb 11 9:06
I don't believe that data is recorded in the part file or if it is, Siemens wants to keep it quiet.
You can get part history, which will show the username and workstation ID of all changes made to a file. From a session of NX, you can get the customer sold-to ID from the Help-About NX information window.
 

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aszepesi (Mechanical) (OP)
9 Feb 11 9:35
The part file contains this data. Because Siemens can decide from this that the using is legal or not. From the part history windows the ID column is missing.
JohnRBaker (Mechanical)
9 Feb 11 11:03

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Because Siemens can decide from this that the using is legal or not.

That just about says it all!

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