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Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 5:14:04 PM | Separate drawing sets

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paudy86


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Hi,

I am trying to figure out the best work flow for creating separate drawing sets in a project.

Basically we have a project with two different drawing packages. The main drawing package includes all of our drawings but the Planning drawing set only icludes about half of the drawings. The drawings in the Planning Set are identical to the main set apart from the fact that we cant have any view references showing that refer to drawings not being submitted.

Duplicating the views could be problematic as we would need to remember to update both views whenever we change annotation, visibility graphics etc. Duplicating as dependent means would mean we would have to keep track of which view references are turned on or off.

Is it possible to put view references on their own workset?

I'd be interested to know how other people approach this.

Thanks,

P


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Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 6:22:23 PM | Separate drawing sets

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All annotations are on the view workset and can not be changed.

You can use view filters.


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Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 7:44:15 PM | Separate drawing sets

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Seems like adding view references to filter cannot be done either.

It looks like the only answer is to use some convoluted, error-prone work around. 


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