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relations and drawing BOM

relations and drawing BOM

relations and drawing BOM

(OP)
Greetings

I am messing with the drawing BOM and it has a repeat region assigned to it. Creo2.

I wrote a relation
IF asm_mbr_name=="5139787"
New_name="5139787-156"
ELSE
New_name==asm_mbr_name
warningConstraint has been violated
ENDIF

The part number given is item one in the BOM. It fills out corrrectly like the relation says.

ISSUE
the rest of the bom will not fill out. and I have the warning in the results of the relation. I would appreciate opinions on how to get the rest of the table to fill out correctly.

TIA


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RE: relations and drawing BOM

A single = sets a variable.
A double == is a comparison.

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