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Deficiencies Warnings Report ??

Deficiencies Warnings Report ??

Deficiencies Warnings Report ??

(OP)
My question is. Is it possible to turn off the "suppress warning messages" deficiencies on an individual component basis instead of a global selection? An example would be, flanges where I don't provide studs/nuts or gaskets for a nozzle. If we have a manway with blind then we provide studs/nuts and gasket. Other nozzles, responsibility would end at the face of flange. It seems to me, if we have to chose these items on the nozzle calc ( when we do not provide these items) we would be assuming some sort of liability? This would then not show those items as a warning. thanks in advance and bear with me, I'm new.

RE: Deficiencies Warnings Report ??

(OP)
I can't be the first one to ask this question? Someone must have an answer, opinnion, or fix?

RE: Deficiencies Warnings Report ??

Steve,

COMPRESS does not provide the option to disregard or suppress Warnings on an individual basis.

Note, you may wish to send your questions directly to Codeware. Try using the web-based contact forms on the Codeware website (www.codeware.com/support/support_center.html) or direct e-mail to support 'at' Codeware.com.

 

   "Although this forum is monitored by Codeware it is not intended as a venue for technical support and should not be used as the primary means of technical support."

  Tom Barsh
  Codeware Technical Support
  www.codeware.com
   

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