Say I have a custom property for PIPELINE in OPM, named PID_NO. Is there away to map that to OPIM? Essentially what I'm looking for is some process similar to this
But for pipelines, not components.
You have found correct wikihttp://communities.bentley.com/products/plant/design___engineering/w/plant_design_and_engineering__wiki/28494.how-to-add-new-schema-field-to-component-for-custom-tagging-in-openplant-isometrics-manager
Instead of Pipe Reducer do same steps for Pipe Class.
And then after adding additional user label in OPIM you will have this TAG in your generated Iso.
Please inform us here if you will have any issues during this process.
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Product Engineer – Bentley Systems
What you suggested is for PIPE component, which is not what I'm after. I would like to map a custom property of a PIPELINE itself, not a component.
OpenPlant Isometrics Manager, shows the graphical component data in drawings. Since Pipeline is non-graphical so you can't see pipeline attributes in isometric drawings.
However, you can define the property on Pipeline (PIPING_NETWORK_SYSTEM) class and cascade them to PIPING_COMPONENTS which you can use in isometrics the way you want it. Below is one example to achieve it.
You can use below expression in your case:
Hope this helps!
You can try below steps to map the PID_NO info. However During Pipeline creation, you can either write PID_NO manually or use other way to map those items. Below has been described in relation with typing Manually.
An Alternate Method -
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