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I didn't see any useful info for me

I didn't see any useful info for me

I didn't see any useful info for me

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I didn't see any useful info for me in thread561-274410: Update View takes too long. I am using NX12 and TCe 10. I have large electrical router cable forms in drawings. there are more than 30 views on this large assembly drawing. I am having difficulty in getting the views to update. the two main views take up to 3hrs to update each. other views take only a few minutes up to 1 hour to update. Has there been any development on resolving these type of issues?

RE: I didn't see any useful info for me

If your TC version is higher than 10.1.7, then you maybe can expect some support from Siemens.
Otherwise you can forget it. Lower versions aren't supported and therefor no fixes.

Having said that, These slow view updates, they happen even when all components are already fully loaded?

Ronald van den Broek
Senior Application Engineer
Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd
NX9 / TC10.1.2

Building new PLM environment from Scratch using NX12 / TC11

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