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Numbering series in the numbering.history log file

Last updated September 6, 2017 by Tekla User Assistance tekla.documentation@trimble.com

Software version: 
2017i

Numbering series in the numbering.history log file

Numbering series in the numbering.history log file

Tekla Structures lists information on the numbered parts and assemblies in the numbering.history log file.

Example 1

The numbering.history log after one concrete beam B/20 has been created and numbered:

1

Part position number.

  • The part with the GUID ID510F595D-0000-0030-3133-353939383335 is a part of the numbering series Concrete_B-20/1.

  • The part becomes the first part in the numbering series: Concrete_B-20/0 -> Concrete_B-20/1.

2

Assembly position number.

  • The assembly ID of the part is ID510F595D-0000-002F-3133-353939383335.

  • The part belongs to the B/20 assembly numbering series, which is also the cast unit numbering series.

  • The part gets the assembly position number: B/20: B/0 -> B/20.

Example 2

The numbering.history log after another concrete beam B/21 has been created and numbered:

1

Part position number of the new part.

  • The part with the ID ID510F595D-0000-0030-3133-353939383335 is part of the numbering series Concrete_B-20/1.

  • The part becomes the second part in the numbering series: Concrete_B-20/0 -> Concrete_B-20/2.

2

Assembly position number.

  • The assembly ID of the part is ID510F595D-0000-002F-3133-353939383335.

  • The part belongs to the B/20 assembly numbering series, which is also the cast unit numbering series.

  • The part gets the assembly position number: B/20 B/0 -> B/21.

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