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Teamcenter Viewer issue...

Teamcenter Viewer issue...

Teamcenter Viewer issue...

(OP)
Hi,
I have made some updates to a part and then I saved in Tc.
Still, these updates are not shown on the Teamcenter Engineering Viewer.......
Why is that, where I went wrong?

Thanks

CAD 2015

RE: Teamcenter Viewer issue...

"...updates are not shown on the Teamcenter Engineering Viewer......." What exactly are you looking at? a CGM image? If so, I have found that if you give the CGM a new name, it does not overwrite the old one, but adds a new one to the 'DrawingSheet' dataset, and I need to open the 'Named References' of the dataset and delete the CGM image I do not want, then, the correct image will be displayed in the viewer.
g.

Gary Bangs
www.flowserve.com

RE: Teamcenter Viewer issue...

(OP)
Thanks a lot, Gary.

CAD 2015

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