So my question to this blog https://communities.bentley.com/products/microstation/b/microstation_blog/posts/the-explorer-part-five-the-sheet-index-tab is why do you have to have a workset to have a sheet index. Surely you can have a Sheet Index without one?
Sorry to answer your question with a question but my I ask what are you creating a sheet index of? What is the association of the files in the index?
John Frampton said:Sorry to answer your question with a question but my I ask what are you creating a sheet index of? What is the association of the files in the index?
Good question and one I can't answer as we don't user Worksets, as SI's are not available to the No Workset users.
Ok, lets approach this another way. Step back from the key board for a minute, close your eyes and imagine that you have created a sheet index (you have created a sheet index before correct?). What are the files in the index and how are they associated to one another?
What is your objections to using worksets....... from my point of view there is so much you can do with them and their configurations, that actually save you and the teams time.
No objection. I just can't get them to work the way I want and with the folder structure that we use in the office for all projects. When creating a workset I want it to point to an existing project folder and I don't want any folders created. Have tried this but it just doesn't work.
Stuart. You need someone like Ian to help you then as that's exactly what we do. Our Workset points to existing project folders. We create new worksets simply by copying an existing .cfg file and renaming it for the new project. This allows our users to select a workset and it then points them to the correct folders for that project. It doesn't create them. We do that as the project folders often need to exist before we start using Microstation.