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Importing parameters from Catia V5 to ANSYS WorkBench

Importing parameters from Catia V5 to ANSYS WorkBench

Importing parameters from Catia V5 to ANSYS WorkBench

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I have problem importing parameters defined in Catia V5 to Ansys Workbench 14. Although I save the parameters in Catia with the "DS" prefix and check the import parameters box in workbench, it still it does not show up. I also tried to use the CAD Configuration Manager for Ansys to set the interface with Catia V5, but it also did not help and parameters still do not show up in Ansys. I suspect of having CATIA V5 CADNexus not installed in my computer might be the cause as I have tried all other ways for it. Please guide me, it's so urgent.

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