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Imageware <--> I-DEAS MS10 Direct Interface

Imageware <--> I-DEAS MS10 Direct Interface

(OP)
Our I-DEAS installation has been upgraded to MS10.0 from MS9m2.

At MS9m2, Imageware was installed at the same time and the Direct interface was automatically set-up.

With MS10.0, Imagware has not been included so we're still running the version that came with MS9m2, however, now when you "Create, Special Techs, ImageWare Surfacer, select surfs, Open Imageware" the system fails to link up with the Direct Interface/Imageware installation.

Any ideas on how to configure the link.

Many Thanks.

RE: Imageware <--> I-DEAS MS10 Direct Interface

Just guessing. Does it require Imageware 10?

RE: Imageware <--> I-DEAS MS10 Direct Interface

(OP)
Unfortunately this won't help, even if Imageware 10 was installed it would be a standalone and would still require configuring so that it could be "invoked" through I-DEAS.

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