|CadActive Setting||Description||Setting Value Options|
|The name CadActive will expect the inlet Entry Port to be named, typically PORT0.||[String]|
The name CadActive will expect the outlet Entry Port to be named, typically PORT1.
|Fitting Branch Feature Name||The name CadActive will expect the branch Entry Port to be named, typically PORT2.||[String]|
Force Piping Feature Names
|CadActive will REQUIRE fitting Entry Ports to be named as specified in the 3 settings above.||True/False|
|Auto-Sync Piping Files|
"When True: Allow piping data to syncronize automatically. When False: Users must manually decide when to syncronize."
Force Users to Spec-Driven Piping
|When False: Users will be able to change and control spec-driven piping using config.pro. When True: CadActive code will force users to spec-driven piping regardless of their config settings.||True/False|
|Only Sync Validated Fittings||When True: Only download data for fitting models that have been validated by Creo first. When False: Download all fitting data, regardless of if it has been validated first.||True/False|
Allow User Roles to Download Piping Data
When True: Users are allowed to use the Sync Piping Data application in the CadActive Creo extension. When False: Only Admins or Collaborators are allowed to use the Sync Piping Data application in the CadActive Creo extension.
|Fitting Entry - Point Feature Suffix||The suffix used when creating Point features on Entry Ports.||[String]|
|Fitting Entry - Plane Feature Suffix||The suffix used when creating Datum Plane features on Entry Ports.||[String]|
|Fitting Entry - Feature Name Delimiter||The delimiter used when creating entry port feature names.||[String]|
Default STOCKNO for Fittings
|Since Fittings require a STOCKNO parameter when used in a spec, what value should we use as a default?||[String]|
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Modified on: Thu, 27 May, 2021 at 7:39 AM
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