Is it possible to assign level overrides to a CVE?
Will it be persistent so that when the CVE is updated the override will it stick?
What's a CVE? I'm not familiar with that abbreviation.
f.mandoki said:What's a CVE?
Dominic likes to use acronyms without explaining them. Here's the first match I found after a web search: Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE), but that's probably not what he means.
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Oh I thought it was something like Complicated View Emanation. ;-)
f.mandoki said:What's a CVE? I'm not familiar with that abbreviation.
CVE means Cached Visible Edges.
Jon Summers said:Dominic likes to use acronyms without explaining them.
In my opinion there is no reason to explain acronyms used as standard terms in MicroStation documentation itself.
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Jan Šlegr said:In my opinion there is no reason to explain acronyms used as standard terms in MicroStation documentation itself.
In my opinion you should do that if you want an answer to your query in a forum. Most of us don't have the time to look in the documentation, we're just users trying to be helpful, not Bentley employees.
Jan Šlegr said:there is no reason to explain acronyms used as standard terms in MicroStation documentation
CVE is mentioned once, in topic Visible Edge Processing Configuration Variables. Does a single mention make it a 'standard term'?
Cached Visible Edges are mentioned several times under the eponymous topic but the acronym CVE is not introduced.
In my opinion, it's only polite to one's audience to expand an acronym the first time it's used, whether or not it's a 'standard term'. It helps to clarify a conversation. When the audience is international, as on Be Communities, it can be a challenge to interpret an unknown acronym, paricularly one that itself uses multiple languages (cached is derived from French, visible and edges are English). Expanding the acronym eliminates the distraction caused by having to interpret jargon and buzzwords.