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Default Parameters

Default Parameters

Default Parameters

Dear friends,
Can anyone give me a list of the default parameters used in Pro/E Modeling, Drawing etc.(cur_row, hole_number etc.)
Thanks in advance
Please reply even if you that something like this exists.

Amish Bhushan Goel
Hitech e Soft

RE: Default Parameters

Not really certain what you are referring to, but I assume you mean default values for the config.pro file.

On your Pro/E documentation CD, you can browse the CD and look for PDF files.  There are several, and you need to look for once called CONFIGFILEOPTIONS.PDF

Every single config option is here, and each one's possible values are listed with descriptions/explanations of their use.  Among the values, there will be one in italics - this is the default value, and remains set until the config.pro/config.sup file specifies otherwise.

If this is what you want, but don't have the documentation CD, email me and I can reply with the PDF file attached.



RE: Default Parameters

Dear Recneps,

I will be greateful to you if you send me the PDF files you are mentioning.

Thanks for your response.

Amish Bhushan Goel
Hitech e Soft

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