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Tekla Structures 2017i release notes

Last updated October 21, 2019 by Tekla User Assistance tekla.documentation@trimble.com

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Tekla Structures 2017i release notes

Tekla Structures 2017i release notes

Welcome to the Tekla Structures 2017i release notes!


We suggest that you complete any unfinished models using your current version of Tekla Structures.

This version is not backwards compatible. When you create or save a model in Tekla Structures 2017i, you cannot open it in older versions due to database differences.

Tekla Structures 2017i can only be installed on 64-bit Windows operating systems.

See the hardware recommendations for more information.

Tekla Structures 2017i requires Tekla Structures License Server 2017. To check which license server version to use with your current Tekla Structures version, see Which license server version to use.

Administrator's release notes

Advanced users should read the Tekla Structures administrator's release notes for information on how to apply the additional customizations available in this release.

Localization release notes

Environment-specific changes are explained in the Localization release notes.

Tekla Open API release notes

The Tekla Open APIapplication programming interface that lets third-party applications integrate to and communicate with Tekla Structures

Tekla Open API enables, for example, customizing Tekla Structures.

release notes are included in the Tekla Open API Startup Package, which you can download from Tekla Warehouse.

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by John Norbury

Pity there is nothing about auto importing keyboard shortcuts through FIRM. Was really hoping for that in 2017i.

by Päivi from Tekla User Assistance

Yes, it seems that way. You can always make a feature request if you haven't done that already.

Best regards,
Päivi from User assistance