Tutorial: Improved Control of Creo View Publishing in Model-Based Definition

Improved Control of Creo View Publishing in Model-Based Definition


Improved Control of Creo View Publishing in Model-Based Definition

You have more flexible control over which combination states to publish to Creo View. Instead of publishing all combination states, you can choose which ones to publish. From the View Manager dialog box, you can select the Publish check box or you can right-click the combination state tab. You can also set the default combination state that appears when the model is initially opened in Creo View. This option is available by right-clicking the combination state from either the View Manager dialog box or from the combination state tabs. An asterisk appears next to the combination state name if it is selected as the default state for Creo View.

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