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How to get analysis measurement feature into a relation

How to get analysis measurement feature into a relation

How to get analysis measurement feature into a relation

(OP)
Hi again.

In my previous post, "Creo Won't Let Me into a Group", I finally did a new installation of Creo 2 M100 and the old problems went away. One problem however remains, so I think this is user-error.

I am trying to get an analysis feature into a relation, but all my attempts are failing. I've done this before, but my procedure for this doesn't seem to work anymore ( and I didn't write this procedure down very well, either). The attached image shows the two methods I tried.

Creo knows the parameter exists for the analysis feature...it shows it in the parameter list. Yet the relation refuses to accept it, when pressing "Ok".

RE: How to get analysis measurement feature into a relation

(OP)
I read in a post somewhere that the option to put analysis features into a relation required additional licensing. I know that at least in my case, I never had any problems with this before (in the rare cases I needed it) and never required additional licensing for it. So not sure of the validity of that post.

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