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    Cool MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    Does anyone know how to add new MvPart Type Classification Definitions? I have followed the procedures outlined in the Reference Manual but this has not worked. The procedure is to go through Style Manager, navigate through "Multi-Purpose Objects", "Classification Definitions", to "MvPart Type". Here you get a listing of the default classifications, but I am not able to edit the existing or add new definitions (i.e. the "ADD" button is greyed out). In developing new content for the ABS catalog, I need to add additional classifications to accommodate the new MvParts. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    I had no trouble with the procedure in 2006.

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    Default Re: MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    We are currently using 2005. Do you know if this was a 2006 "fix"? I am completely locked out of editing any of the MvPart Classifications.

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    Default Re: MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    Quote Originally Posted by rgilene
    We are currently using 2005. Do you know if this was a 2006 "fix"? I am completely locked out of editing any of the MvPart Classifications.
    No, I'm sure you could do it in 2005. Do you have the service pack installed? Perhaps rebuilding the catalog? Sorry, that's about all I can offer.

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    Default Re: MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    Thanks for your input. I do have the service pack installed and I've tried regenerating the catalog. I think if I can locate the file where the classificatin definitions are stored, I may be able to edit the file manually through my text editor. Thanks again for your help.

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    Default Re: MvPart Type Classification Definitions

    I am having this problem as well, the ADD button is greyed out in the Classification Definitions for the Mvpart type. I would like to add more options to this. Any help would be appreciated please.

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    anybody got any advice? From what I'm guessing maybe this can't be changed.

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