we are using the some of the predefined breakdown elements for a project, but we have a problem with the pushing of this information from the pipeline to the piping components.
We have a project where we have to define Area and Unit based on PID page where they are located on and not based on the pipeline where they are connected to.
So we have a line starting e.g. in [AREA=20 and Unit = 33] (page 1).
This line goes to another page e.g. [AREA=22 and UNIT=10] (page 2).
All piping components which will be placed on the "second" page needs to have [AREA=22 and UNIT=10]
and the pipeline still has [AREA=20 and Unit = 33].
But the program always took the properties from the pipeline and push it towards the piping components.
I have tried different ways to manipulate this behaviour, but it never works correct.
Any idea which realitionships needs to be deleted or changed?!
I am now trying to push these information from the PID Document to the piping components.
I have used the following wiki:
(+) How to Populate Document Description on Valve Properties in OpenPlant PID - OpenPlant | AutoPLANT Wiki - OpenPlant | AutoPLANT - Bentley Communities
But the EC expression always fails. I have also investigate the wiki with the "out of the box" workset (mixed metric), but this one also didn't work.
Could somebody verify, if there is a local problem on my side, or if there is something like a bug in the connect edition update 10?
Hi Martin,Thank you for posting query on Bentley Plant Forum. Can you add this. in start of the ECExpression and check?this.GetRelatedInstance("Document_Is_Related_To_Object:1:PID_DOCUMENT").DESCRIPTIONRegards,Neha Chougule
Answer Verified By: Martin Herbst
thank you very much. Such a stupid mistake....
Hello Martin,Thanks for the confirmation.So the wiki article is the same for this requirement. Regards,Neha Chougule
Answer Verified By: Neha Chougule